Jessica Simpson: I Only Want Two Kids, But “Accidents Do Happen”

Jessica Simpson visits Dillard's at International Plaza In Support Of the Jessica Simpson Collection on November 17, 2012 in Tampa, Florida. Jamie McCarthy/Getty

Jessica Simpson hopes her happy baby surprises will become a thing of the past! Acknowledging that neither of her pregnancies were planned, the expectant Fashion Star mentor spoke about her expanding family during a KIIS-FM radio interview with Ryan Seacrest on Wednesday, March 6.

"I really hope that it stops," Simpson said of her accidental pregnancies. "I think originally I had wanted three [kids] and now that I have one and another one on the way, I feel like I could stop here. It's a lot of work. Obviously it pays off and it's totally worth it, but it's a lot of responsibility."

Eric Johnson's fiance of two years then joked, "Accidents do happen!"

The Weight Watchers spokeswoman told Seacrest her second pregnancy is more exhausting than her first. "Maxwell's a really good sleeper. For me, right now, the only reason parenting is a little bit hard is because I'm so tired from this pregnancy," she admitted. "Maybe when I have two I'll be less tired, but I don't know about that."

As previously reported by Us Weekly, Simpson is renovating Sharon Osbourne's former 11,000-square-foot mansion in Hidden Hills, Calif. after purchasing the compound in January. "I'm excited about it. We get this keys this week, actually," the 32-year-old singer said, noting that rocker Ozzy Osbourne's gothic touches are on the way out. "There are some elements, some black walls that I'll be changing. There's some bats that I'll be removing."

Simpson added that she's looking forward to giving her 10-month-old daughter Maxwell somewhere to play. "It's on 2.5 acres which will be nice," she explained. "I feel like I grew up in Texas with so much land and you just don't get that in Los Angeles, so to have that will be nice."

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