Carrie Underwood: A Kid Would "Make Things So Complicated Right Now"
She's been married four months, but country crooner Carrie Underwood says her life doesn't feel any different.
After their honeymoon in Tahiti, her husband, Canadian pro-hockey player Mike Fisher, immediately "went to Canada," she said Wednesday on the ABC special, In the Spotlight with Robin Roberts: All Access Nashville. "So it was like ... 'See ya,' husband.'"
Underwood, 27, who couldn't join him because she had to go on tour, said it "was very strange. I really don't feel like I've lived married life yet. ... It's great. Whatever it is. Whatever this is."'
When he's away, she keeps busy by hanging with friends -- and not at the clubs.
"On a Friday night, I'd rather go see a movie with friends or ... like get together and play board games, or, something silly like that than go ... party it up some place," said Underwood. "I'd rather be in my pajamas hanging out with the people that I love."'
Despite their frenetic schedules, Underwood said Fisher, 30, is the ideal mate for her.
"He's a perfect balance of a manly man and like a best friend," she said. "He's a rugged man. He chops wood and he's outdoors and all that stuff, and he plays hockey, but ... he also like loves to go shopping."
When can we expect kids?
"We just want to be together and keep it as simple as possible. And I think a baby would just make things so complicated right now," she said.
When her current tour wraps up in December, she plans to settle down with her man in Canada.
"I'll be more home-based," she said. "So I'll get to spend, you know, my days with him. We'll be more like a normal couple."