Carrie Underwood says she was trying to avoid that cheesy Mommy-moment on her upcoming studio album, but she couldn’t help it. The singer tells Taste of Country Nights radio show that she’s written a song about 3-month-old Isaiah, and she’s wanting to share it.

“I’d be very willing to put money that it will be on there,” Underwood says of the tune, which has a title she wouldn't reveal. She does tell ToC Nights that one day during a songwriting session, the song just kind of came pouring out of her. It’s not simply called "Isaiah," that much we know. Fans will have to wait until the project is released to see if the song makes the cut, and to learn what it’s all about.

As for motherhood in general, Underwood is still living under the new mommy glow. “He’s just this gift and such a smiley baby and so easy to be around,” she describes, almost smiling through the phone. "I’m a grouch in the morning and I wake up and he wakes up and he’s just smiling at me. So he just makes my life better."

Underwood is still in studio working on the new album. In fact, she missed the clinching game of the Stanley Cup finals earlier in the week. The Chicago Blackhawks — the team that knocked husband Mike Fisher’s Nashville Predators from the playoffs earlier this year — won, but she was blissfully unaware until her husband told her the news. Her head is down ... unless she’s looking up to see that baby smile.

Sam Alex is the host of Taste of Country Nights radio, a syndicated night show which airs on more than 60 Townsquare Media Group stations nationwide.

Carrie Talks About Her Mommy Song