"I'm more open to it because our life is already crazy," Young, 34, explained to the chat show hosts. "We're raising two kids. I'm already a mommy. So I'm like, well, why not have just one more?"
"We're going to freeze embryos first, go from there and then see what happens," Young explained.
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The reality television pair do have another project in the works besides babies — their upcoming HGTV show Tarek & Heather: The Big I Do is set to air December 16 on the network.
Initially the duo — who got married in Santa Barbara in October — was a tad nervous about opening up their "perfect" day for television cameras. "Right before, I was like, 'I wish we didn't do this' because it's such a personal, intimate day," Young admitted.
"For me, like, a girl's wedding day is one of the most important defining moments of your life and I was just so worried something was going to go wrong or it wasn't going to turn out how we wanted. But honestly, we didn't even notice the cameras. We weren't even paying attention," she detailed.
El Moussa, 40, echoed his wife statements as he stated, "It was nice. It was like the cameras weren't there." He continued, "That was something really important, we didn't want it to feel like filming, we didn't want it to feel like work. We just wanted the cameras to capture our wedding and I think they achieved that."