Carrie Underwood posts first full shot of baby Isaiah

Carrie Underwood Shares New Photo of Baby Son Isaiah

That face! Those cheeks! That tiny hockey stick!

Carrie Underwood posted the first full shot of her son, Isaiah Michael Fisher, since he was born in February. (The proud dad is Underwood husband, NHL player Mike Fisher.)

On Saturday, she posted a shot of the little guy on Instagram, swaddled up and "holding" a hockey stick.

"The Predators are in the playoffs! Just waiting to get called up!" she captioned it, adding #PutMeInCoach.

The Predators are in the playoffs! Just waiting to get called up! #PutMeInCoach

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Earlier the month, the new mom coyly only showed us his little fingers:

"Tiny hands and tiny feet...God has blessed us with an amazing gift!" she wrote at the time. "Isaiah Michael Fisher - born on February 27. Welcome to the world, sweet angel!"

NEWS: Carrie Underwood Welcomes Baby Isaiah Michael Fisher

Underwood used social media to announce her pregnancy back in September. The country singer posted a photo of her two dogs wearing shirts that said they were going to be a big brother and sister.

In honor of "Labor" Day, Ace & Penny would like to make an announcement. Their parents couldn't be happier...

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"In honor of 'Labor' Day, Ace & Penny would like to make an announcement," she wrote. "Their parents couldn't be happier..."

Isaiah is Underwood's first child. She and Mike Fisher have been married since 2010, and says they found out they were expecting on their anniversary. Aww!

PICS: Stars And Their Adorable Kids

She's been a very busy mom-to-be: The "Something in the Water" singer launched her own affordable activewear line, Calia, earlier this month.

Underwood talked to ET about pregnancy being "kind of weird":

Carrie Underwood Talks Pregnancy: 'It's Still Kind of Weird, to Be Honest'

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