Mike Fisher may be retired, but he still hits the rink from time to time — and Monday night, he did so with his son Isaiah Michael by his side.
The 38-year-old athlete joined his former team, the Nashville Predators, on the ice for a photo op alongside Isaiah ahead of the latter’s birthday (the youngster turns 4 on Wednesday).
“Thank you preds fans and @predsnhl for an unforgettable night!” Fisher captioned two snapshots of the father-son duo, walking out onto the ice before flashing huge smiles with the Predators’ Roman Josi and Milan Lucic of the opposing team, the Edmonton Oilers.
“Izzy and I had a blast! #preds #hattrickpuckdrop #cheese,” added the proud dad. (The Predators ended the night with a victory, besting the Oilers in a close score of 3 to 2.)
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One day earlier, Isaiah’s mama Carrie Underwood showed off the festive and elaborate Muppets-themed cake (courtesy of Ivey Cake) that she served at Isaiah’s special birthday celebration.
The sweet treat consisted of a giant replica of Kermit the Frog resting atop a cake shaped like the number 4, which was also covered in polka dots and various beloved characters from the Muppets franchise like Miss Piggy, Rowlf, Animal, Gonzo, Beaker, Fozzie Bear and the Swedish Chef.
Along the base of the cake, a message proclaimed, “Happy birthday Isaiah,” along with a “MOST WANTED” stamp — a reference to the birthday boy’s favorite movie at the moment, Muppets Most Wanted.
“He wanted a ‘most dangerous frog’ cake and he most certainly got one!” explained the “Love Wins” singer, 35.
So far, this is the only photo Underwood has shared from her son’s birthday celebration — his first since becoming a big brother on Jan. 21, to the couple’s new baby boy Jacob Bryan.
Before her Cry Pretty tour kicks off in May, the American Idol alum is spending time with her family of four at home in Tennessee, enjoying every moment.
“They’re total homebodies,” a source previously told PEOPLE. “They rarely leave their home at night and love the outdoors and often go for walks.”
“Carrie lives a very quiet life. They take Isaiah fishing, to the zoo and to farms so he can learn about animals,” added the insider. “They very much live a farm life and seem to love it.”
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