The country singer - who recently wed hockey player Mike Fisher- and her new husband are planning to havechildren together, but the sportsman admits it won`t be for a long time.
He said: "We obviously want kids, but that`s down the road.
"Now is not the time, especially with our busy schedules, everything we`ve got going on. We don`t know exactly when, but definitely we will."
Mike also described married life as "awesome", admitting he couldn`t be happier.
When asked how life as a newlywed is going, he replied: "It`s awesome. I`m with my best friend and I love her to death. There`s nothing better, for sure."
Speaking about their wedding day, the 30-year-old sportstar said it passed in a "blur" but he and the 27-year-old singer were thrilled with their big day - which took place in Georgia in front of 230 guests - though they wish more people could have been there.
He added in an interview with the Toronto Sun newspaper: "The whole weekend is almost like a blur.
"The ceremony was really nice, the pastor did a great job, the reception was a lot of fun. Just to have everyone close to us around was a big deal. A wedding`s not nearly as much fun without those close family and friends with you.
"We tried to get as many people as we could. The thing was, we didn`t want it to be too huge and not be able to see everyone, either.
"The whole day was great. It was everything we both wanted it to be."