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Carrie Underwood hilariously sings 'Happy Birthday' to her son after inhaling helium
Professional singer or not, if you inhale helium, you sound silly. That was the point for Carrie Underwood when she sang "Happy Birthday" to her son.
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Repeat: I am not a short-order cook. "It's a child's job to learn to eat what the parents eat," says Ellyn Satter, a registered dietitian and the author of Secrets of Feeding a Healthy Family. Instead of the all-or-nothing scenario, offer a variety of foods at mealtime: the main course, plus rice or pasta, a fruit or vegetable, and milk. This way, your child can eat just the pasta and the peas and get protein from the milk. "What a child eats over the course of a day or a week is more important than a balanced meal at one sitting," says Stephen Daniels, the chairman of the department of pediatrics at the University of Colorado School of Medicine, in Aurora.
Carrie Underwood and Mike Fisher have a toddler and a new baby on the way, but decided to add another member to the family. Keri Lumm reports. Buzz60
Professional singer or not, if you inhale helium, you sound silly.
That was the point for Carrie Underwood when she sang "Happy Birthday" to her son Isaiah on Wednesday.
The "Love Wins" singer sucked on a yellow balloon before launching into the song, sending her newly 4-year-old into giggles.
The singer's husband, NHL star Mike Fisher, posted the exchange on Instagram, captioning the video of his squeaky wife cradling their newborn, Jacob, "Happy Birthday Isaiah!!"
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Underwood posted her own photo of Isaiah's party, including his awesome Kermit cake, saying, "Isaiah loves the Muppets and his favorite movie right now is 'Muppets Most Wanted.' He wanted a 'most dangerous frog' cake and he most certainly got one!"
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Ummm... @iveychilders and @iveycakestore have outdone themselves once again! Isaiah loves the Muppets and his favorite movie right now is “Muppets Most Wanted.” He wanted a “most dangerous frog” cake and he most certainly got one! And it tasted as delicious as it looked! Thanks for making his birthday celebration extra special! #MyBestieIsABaker #IveyCake #Yum
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Read books together every day. Get started when he's a newborn; babies love listening to the sound of their parents' voices. Cuddling up with your child and a book is a great bonding experience that will set him up for a lifetime of reading.
Kermit the Frog advised, "Always be yourself. Never take yourself too seriously."
Underwood and Fisher seem to be taking his words to heart.
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Carrie Underwood's CMA Awards looks, ranked
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Garth Brooks may have won Entertainer of the Year, but Carrie Underwood stole the CMA Awards with her outstanding fashion. We've ranked nine of her best looks from the night. This gray hosting number comes in at No. 9. Rick Diamond, Getty Images
No. 8. The maroon gown is pretty, but we've seen it before. Don't even get us started on co-host Brad Paisley's blazer. Charles Sykes,Invision/AP
No. 7. Is the press room doubling as the prom? Underwood went low-key but maybe too low-key at the end of the night. Evan Agostini, Invision/AP
Encourage daddy time. The greatest untapped resource available for improving the lives of our children is time with Dad - early and often. Kids with engaged fathers do better in school, problem-solve more successfully, and generally cope better with whatever life throws at them.
No. 6. The short black dress is cute, but doesn't stand out as much as the rest. Charles Sykes, Invision/AP
No. 5. Mid-way through the ceremony, Underwood stunned in gold. Gustavo Caballero, Getty Images
No. 6. Underwood took a risk in her performance look and it absolutely paid off. Larry McCormack, Larry McCormack / Tennessean.com
No. 3. Did we mention gold is this singer's color? Larry McCormack, The Tennessean-USA TODAY Sports
No. 2. Silver works on her, too. Gustavo Caballero, Getty Images
Plan not-so-random acts of kindness. Kids need to know that helping others is an everyday practice, not a visit-a-soup-kitchen-at-the-holidays grand gesture. Challenge yours to complete small tasks every week, like throwing away another kid's trash at lunch or raking a neighbor's lawn. Training your children to focus on others helps curb entitlement. "Gratitude becomes woven into who they are," says Jeffrey J. Froh, a coauthor of Making Grateful Kids.
And fun as all those costume changes were, her No. 1 look was her first. A big statement for a big night. Michael Loccisano, Getty Images
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