The couple talked to Oprah about their plans to have children and how they would fare as parents.
Country singer Carrie Underwood and her hockey player husband Mike Fisher will be celebrating their second wedding anniversary this July, so it makes sense that the couple is thinking about expanding their family.
"I'm a happy person," said the 29-year-old country star when asked the simple question, "Who are you?" by Oprah. "I feel like I want to do good in the world. I want to make people proud of me. I'm a daughter, I'm a wife, I'm a mom to my dogs."
While Carrie has previously stated that she and Mike weren't ready to have kids yet, it seems they were ready for two dogs, Ace and Penny. Now, they're getting around to the other kind of babies. No Pregnancy Plans For Carrie Underwood...Yet
"I always say that if she treats her kids half as good as she treats the dogs, they'll be in great shape," said Mike, adding that he'd be content with "two or three" kids.
"He's going to be the best dad ever," said Carrie. "That makes the whole parent situation seem much, much better."
More juicy content from YourTango:
- The 20 "Golden Rules" Of Using Technology In A Relationship
- In A Long-Distance Relationship? Tips To Keep The Love Strong
- Sigh. 13 MAJOR Relationship Mistakes Men Make Over And Over Again
Photo Credit: Getty