Carrie Underwoood Comes Under Attack for Her Confession About a 'Big Family' at 35

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When it comes to family and growing clans, there really isn't a right or a wrong way. A number of people have children during their "older years," whereas others might opt to start sooner than later. Still, it's a discussion that constantly comes up, both internally and among partners and spouses. Carrie Underwood says she might've "missed her chance" to have a big family now that she's 35. And, of course, people are sounding off.

  • Carrie is gracing the September cover of Redbook magazine, where she opens up about self-confidence and family.

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    Carrie also opens up about her accident and the plastic surgery accusations.

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  • "I'm 35, so we may have missed our chance to have a big family," the singer revealed in her interview.

    "We always talk about adoption and about doing it when our child or children are a little older," Carrie Underwood added about expanding her family, People reports. "In the meantime, we're lucky to be a part of organizations that help kids, because our focus right now in our lives is helping as many kids as possible."

    Carrie and her hubby, NHL player Mike Fisher, are proud parents to their 3-year-old son, Isaiah Michael.

  • Welp, the interwebs caught wind of the country star's feelings and have a few words for her, with criticism being at the top of the list.

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    Here we go with the comments.

  • Some critics think she's being "ridiculous" for having concerns about having a big family at her age.

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  • And are actually calling her "pathetic."

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    (Sheesh.)

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  • Luckily, there are still kind-hearted people in the world who aren't quick to judge.

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    Can you imagine how much mom-shaming craziness we could eradicate if we did more of this?

  • And totally get what she's saying.

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  • Seriously, back off.


    Carrie is speaking her truth about her opinions towards her body and her family. If you don't agree, move on -- but the name-calling is so extra, and so unnecessary.

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