90 Day Fiance couple David Toborowsky and Annie Suwan are revealing whether they'll be expanding their family any time soon.

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"I'm good right now at this point," Annie from Bueng Kan, Thailand, told Us Weekly at a 90 Day Fiance press event recently.

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"Our relationship is very good. We have each other. We have everything."

David from Louisville, KY, also added, "We're traveling a lot. We'll see. We don't know what tomorrow will bring, but we say if the two of us stick together..."

"Nothing bad's going to happen!" Annie interjected. "No one can get between you."

David is already dad to adult children from a previous relationship.

"We are in a very good place with them," David insisted.

In August, the couple -- who currently appear on TLC's 90 Day Fiance: Pillow Talk commentary show -- announced they had decided to settle in Arizona and are living in an apartment in Scottsdale.

"They're sad that we're not living in Kentucky, but they understand," David explained to Us of his kids.

"We looked into Florida, and Asia is always on the table for us. We'll see what happens moving forward. But right now, we're very content with life. And we love living in Arizona."

Despite having to overcome some major issues in their relationship, such as financial pressure and stress, David and Annie revealed they "are in a much better place now."

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"We still feel like we're on our honeymoon every day," Annie gushed.

"For me I feel like our life is 50 First Dates," David joked, comparing his marriage to the movie starring Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore. "Every day I want to wake up and make sure she falls in love with me all over again."

Annie and David introduced themselves to the world during Season 5 of 90 Day Fiance.

Despite their 21-year age difference, Annie and David connected in a karaoke bar located in Annie's native country of Thailand while David was enjoying a vacation there. David proposed marriage just 10 days after meeting Annie.

David was 48 and Annie was 24 when she arrived in America on a K-1 visa.

Annie moved to the United States thinking she'd have a home to call her own and be able to start a family with David, but David had been without a job and money was really tight.

The couple subsequently starred on Season 3 of 90 Day Fiance: Happily Ever After?, and David and Annie were shown moving into an apartment above a storage facility owned by David's friend Chris that was without running water and a working oven.

Annie cried about missing home and not being able to cook for herself, but by the time they filmed the Tell-All special, they were in a good place.

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On April 15, TLC released Season 3 of 90 Day Fiance: What Now?, an online digital series that's available for streaming on tlc.com and the network's TLC GO app, and the 21-episode season included three episodes focused on David and Annie.

The 90 Day Fiance: What Now? episodes showed David and Annie still in the same living situation as they were at the conclusion of the third season of 90 Day Fiance: Happily Ever After?.

Although David had found a part-time job teaching English as a Second Language classes to adults in the Lexington, KY area, the couple was still living in the storage-facility apartment.

However, Annie had finally received her travel and work permits after waiting over five months for her paperwork to be processed.

Annie also dropped a bombshell about what she'd like to do with her new work permit.

"I'm going to join with the Army," she told the cameras. "I think I will join the military because that kind of job is very professional. That's successful in life if you can serve with the country."

David also pointed out to Annie that serving in the military could pay for her college education, and that there are American military bases in Hawaii -- which is much closer to Thailand than Kentucky.

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However, after the What Now? footage was filmed, David and Annie were forced to move out of the storage facility apartment because David's friend sold the business.

In May, Annie and David opened up to Us about the possibility of welcoming children together.

"We practice... four or five times a week," David said at the time. "Well, there would have to be a surgical procedure for me to have before that's possible. And we've looked at that, so we'll see. Right now, we're enjoying life."

David quipped, "We could always adopt a little buffalo. They're easier to take care of."

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During a June 2 appearance on 90 Day Fiance: Live, David said he and Annie were currently traveling the country and staying with family and friends.

Since the couple announced in August they had decided to live in Arizona, David has apparently been teaching online.

"I am teaching and we have a contract with a company that has business in Asia," he wrote in a September posting on Facebook.

"I teach online with Chinese students who have basic English level, focus on terminology in Economics and English for Business usage."

90 Day Fiance returns with its seventh season November 3 at 8PM ET/PT on TLC.

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