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Carrie Underwood Shares Rare Photos of Son Jacob as He Enjoys Special 5th Birthday 'Night Skate' at Home

The mom of two was happy to treat her youngest to an extra special treat on his 5th birthday

<p>Carrie Underwood/Instagram, Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic</p> Carrie Underwood (L), son Jacob (R)

Carrie Underwood/Instagram, Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic

Carrie Underwood (L), son Jacob (R)

Carrie Underwood's little guy got the perfect birthday surprise.

The singer, 40, shared scenes from a very special birthday for son Jacob, who turned 5 on Sunday. The birthday boy enjoyed a little nighttime fun at the family's Nashville home, where frigid temperature made for perfect ice hockey weather.

"A special birthday for a special 5 year old!!! Our pond was frozen over in perfect condition for a night skate!" she shared. "What a treat!!! Happy birthday, Jake! I know you wouldn’t have wanted it any other way! #blessed #hockey #12 #HappyBirthday #DudePerfect."

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Last week, Underwood showed that Jacob is all about the winter weather, sharing a photo of her younger son peering out a window at a snowy garden.

Jacob hoisted himself up to peer between the window panes to look at the snow-covered plants in the musician's hometown of Nashville.

"❤️❤️❤️❄️❄️❄️," Underwood wrote across the picture.

<p>Carrie Underwood/Instagram</p> Jacob watching the snow fall out the window

Carrie Underwood/Instagram

Jacob watching the snow fall out the window

In addition to Jacob, Underwood and husband Mike Fisher share son Isaiah, who turns 9 next month.

During an appearance on Today in October 2022, Underwood opened up about the fact that Isaiah was starting to pick up on the fact that his mom is famous.

"I feel like, Isaiah, who's seven and a half, he's becoming more aware that it's not normal," she said.

"He'll go to school and someone will be like, 'I saw your mom on TV last night.' " Underwood added, "He's just becoming more aware that his mom does something that's not normal."

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