Carrie Underwood: Having Kids Soon Would ‘Just Be Bad’
Remember those National Enquirer rumors that Carrie Underwood was listening to her biological clock and planning to adopt a child with hockey husband Mike Fisher? Turns out there are no babies in Underwood's immediate future after all, and that's a conscious decision. The singer shot down those pesky, pervasive stories at the iHeart Radio Music Festival, which took place over the weekend. Turns out she and Fisher are not yet prepared for children at this time.
"I'm good on the kid front right now," Underwood told E! Online at the big show. "Mike and I are both so busy. We want to do what's best for us and our future children. Any time within the next few years would just be bad." At least the duo are honest about having kids when the time is right for all parties involved in the future Underwood/Fisher family!
While "the next few years" are out of the question for Underwood and Fisher, they do want to start a family in the future. However, they can't agree on how many kids they'd like to raise! "I say two, but he grew up in a family of four," Underwood, who is rocking a new, face-framing fringe hairstyle, said. "I just don't know if I can do that. I would probably want to pull my hair out." Perhaps they will go for a compromise and have three children. It's ultimately up to Mother Nature, right?