Hours after the Nashville Predators were eliminated from the playoffs and a few days after Mike Fisher's season-ending injury, Carrie Underwood shared a happy moment between her husband and their son Isaiah on Friday (May 11).

"Prediction: this won't end well," Underwood writes on her Instagram page alongside a sweet video of Isaiah attempting to shave his daddy’s beard in their bathroom.

Underwood also shared another pic on Instagram Stories, saying that the family of three were "saving money on grooming now that he’s out of a job," seemingly referring to the lower body injury that Fisher sustained earlier in the week that kept him from playing Game 7 on Thursday.

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It's a time of transition for the family of three, as Preds fans eagerly await to see what lies in the future of the hockey great. And of course, there's another injury for the family to contend with, as Underwood herself continues to fully recover from the fall she took outside of her home last year.

A report in People Magazine suggests that the Fishers might be looking to move out of the house where the accident occurred. “They are completely done with the neighborhood,” a source tells the mag. "The decision came after her fall. They’ve been having a lot of issues with neighbors letting people in the community to look around and it all escalated after the fall."

Underwood has green pastures ahead, however — an emotional new studio album called Cry Pretty is coming in September. She debuted the title track, "Cry Pretty," as the first single from the project at the ACM Awards last month.

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