The gifts shared on social media by Underwood were custom-made cards by sons Isaiah and Jacob, a delicious-looking cake, flowers and a t-shirt which reads "I don't need Google. My husband knows everything."
We're joking about Fisher sleeping on the couch. It's a hilarious gift, given by one light-hearted jokester to another. Plus, one of Nashville's best-loved celebrity couples had fun with it in Fisher's Instagram story (and those flowers surely earned him brownie points).
Underwood also gave us a birthday gift by sharing yet another track from gospel album My Savior (out March 26). This time around, we heard "Nothing But the Blood of Jesus," a 19th century hymn modernized by the vocal talents of NEEDTOBREATHE lead singer Bear Rinehart.
The American Idol winner turned Grammy-winning country music superstar is no stranger to sharing her faith through song, from early career hit "Jesus, Take the Wheel" to a revered live performance of "How Great Thou Art" featuring Vince Gill.
"It's just been such a blessing to make music like this, music that is near and dear to my heart. I hope you guys enjoy listening to it as much as I loved making it," Underwood added in her Christmas Day message. "Thanks again for the My Gift support and I hope you like this gift and I hope you like it when it comes out. Until then, Merry Christmas, Happy New Year, sending lots of love."
My Gift has topped Billboard's Top Holiday Albums and Top Country Albums charts. Standout tracks include John Legend duet "Hallelujah." The Christmas album led to an HBO Max special of the same title.
The new gospel album will leave 2018's Cry Pretty as Underwood's most recent collection of brand-new country songs.