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Around this time of year, families all over the country head out to their favorite pumpkin patches to find pumpkins and gourds to carve and decorate. Many of these pumpkin patches often have other activities for the families to enjoy, including hay rides, petting zoos, and corn mazes.
Anyone who has gone through a corn maze before knows that those things can be quite intricate. They’ve been the downfall of many, and famous people are no exception!
Carrie Underwood and her husband Mike Fisher learned that when they decided to enjoy some fall fun with two-year-old son Isaiah at Lucky Ladd Farms in Eagleville, Tennessee. The Fisher family decided to brave the corn maze, but soon found themselves hopelessly lost.
Underwood shared a photo taken in the midst of their struggle. She looked straight at the camera with a look that said “what do we do now?” while Fisher stood in the background, looking at a map of the maze.
“Fortunately @mfisher1212 had a map and saved us,” Underwood wrote in the caption to her photo. But not wanting to lie, she quickly admitted that the map wasn’t the solution to their problem.
“Or, we cheated and cut through the corn to get to the parking lot!” she wrote.
Hey, you gotta do what you gotta do, right?
Underwood also wrote that they got the chance to meet with “lots of cute animals.” She shared a photo in the same post that showed Isaiah crouching to pet a sheep while his father looked on. Too cute!
We’re glad that Underwood and Fisher finally found their way out of the sweet corn maze. Even though they got lost, it sounds like they had a fun time!