Carrie Underwood is bringing her newborn son on her arena-filling Cry Pretty Tour 360, which is set to launch on Wednesday (March 1). But in a new video she shared from behind the scenes at her tour rehearsals on Tuesday (April 30), 3-month-old Jacob doesn't seem too impressed with the massive undertaking.

The country superstar will be drawing enormous crowds to the biggest arenas across the country on her new tour, which is expected to be one of the most successful of the year as she supports her most recent album, Cry Pretty. Fans will gladly pay for that kind of exciting concert experience, but as you can clearly see for yourself in the photo above — which Underwood shared to social media — Jacob couldn't seem to care less about all of the flashing lights and moving parts and action going on as he snoozes in the seats during what looks like a rehearsal run-through. His eyes are tightly closed, and his ears are protected from the volume by a set of adorable noise-canceling headphones.

"Clearly, my 3 month old is super interested in the inner workings of a #CryPrettyTour360 show!" Underwood writes to accompany her picture, adding a couple of emoticons.

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Underwood gave birth to baby Jacob on Jan. 21. He's her second child with former NFL hockey player Mike Fisher. It was a big moment that came after a tough time in 2018, as Underwood revealed in the fall that she suffered three miscarriages before getting pregnant with Jacob. She also suffered a frightening fall at home in November of 2017 that caused her to have stitches to her face and wrist surgery, but she overcame all of those obstacles to release Cry Pretty in September of 2018. The album has scored hits with its title track, as well as its second single, "Love Wins." Underwood's latest single from the project is "Southbound," an up-tempo summertime jam.

Runaway June and Maddie & Tae will join Underwood on the Cry Pretty Tour 360, which launches in Greensboro, N.C., and runs all the way through October. Jacob will accompany Underwood on tour along with his older brother, Isaiah, who was born in 2015.

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