Preschoolers across America are often asked to fill out Mad Lib-style stories about their family. Most children between the ages of three and four have no knowledge of their parents’ adult lives Really Like, and these projects often turn into ridiculous snapshots of a baby’s mind. Famous people like Kerry Underwood shared on Thursday are no exception for kids.
Underwood posted a photo of her 4-year-old son’s school project. As usual, Isaiah was asked by his preschool teachers questions about his mother – and boy. No Get to know him well
Isaiah’s worksheet shows that he thinks his famous mother is 70 years old and his work is “washing the laundry.”
Isaiah found much about his mother. She is blonde, brown-eyed and always says “I love you”. He likes to watch TV with him – oh, and he’s very good at doing laundry.
Like most parents in this situation, Underwood couldn’t help but smile at her son’s grasp. On Instagram, he wrote, “Sooooo … I’m obviously 70 years old and I’m really good at doing laundry.
Obviously, doing laundry makes a lot of money for Underwood. He was ranked 46th out of 100 List of Forbes However, among the highest paid entertainers at 20, however, his source of income that year was probably the 2012 album “Blown Up” – not his laundry service. “Blown Up” won an AMA, its title single won two Grammys, and Underwood extended the 2013 tour for his album.
He has since released three hit albums for a total of seven. Despite his great musical success, Isaiah thinks that he is just an ordinary mother.
Fellow mothers wrote words of encouragement to Underwood – who is truly 36 years old, not 70০ years. Many praised the seven-time Grammy winner for doing the laundry of his kids “like the rest of us.”
“You’ve done a great job. He doesn’t see you as a singer … He sees you as his mother,” one commented on Instagram.
“I love that she thinks it’s your job …. You’re doing her mother’s laundry and not a famous singer,” another posted. “That means you must be doing something right. It makes my heart smile” “
Isaiah’s school project resonated with many because it is so common – he is both unassuming and sweet. At the bottom of the page, Isaiah answers his mother’s latest question about what she wants to do when the time comes. “Run the horse,” he said.