Cavallari told Glamoholic magazine that she and Cutler were not "trying" to have a baby. Some sources have asserted that the baby news came as a "total surprise" to the 25-year-old, who wasn't planning for any babies right away.
The former reality TV star told Glamaholic "we weren't not trying." The couple left it up to "fate." One could argue that "fate" is not good birth control, and that not not trying, when it comes right down to it, is as good as trying.
Either way, she's a happy mom-to-be whose mind is so focused on babies there's no room to spare for thoughts of a wedding. They might even "have one more, then get married," she said, according to People. And then maybe have a couple more.
Glamaholic reports that Cavallari plans on exiting Los Angeles and will raise the Cutler brood part of the year in Chicago and part of the year in Nashvile. They want to get away from the Hollywood glare.
Just forget Cavallari's reality TV history -- gone are the days of "Laguna Beach," "The Hills" and good ol' Justin Bobby. Cavallari reportedly refuses to put her life with Cutler on camera. "My baby will never be on TV," Cavallari told Celebuzz.
So, it looks like that, unlike Snooki, Cavallari will not be asking Pauly D to "deejay the delivery room."
-- Amy Hubbard+
Photo: On Feb. 14, about a month after she and Cutler announced her pregnancy, Kristin Cavallari attended the Dennis Basso fashion show during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in New York City. Credit: Jason Kempin / Getty Images for Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week