Raven shared how she and Adam have "major baby fever" less than two months after tying the knot.
Raven and Adam got married on April 16 at a 40-acre estate called The Olana in Dallas in front of only 20 vaccinated family members after dating for four years and postponing three weddings due to the coronavirus pandemic.
"I think we agreed [that] we'd like two or three [kids]. But Adam has said, you know, we'll see how I do with two and then go from there," Raven said.
The pair, however, couldn't predict which parent will be more strict with their children.
"Oh, man, this is tough," Adam admitted. "I'm probably going to be the tougher parent at first and then it's going to change when we have more to you."
And Raven agreed, "I think you're right. I think in the beginning it'll be you, and then it will change to me."
"There was no pressure for us to stay together. I think a lot of people, honestly, in Bachelor Nation kind of forgot about us in a way," Raven said.
"We weren't highlighted as, like, the 'it couple,' which was really good for us, because there was no pressure. It wasn't everyone checking in to see if we were still engaged or wedding planning or anything like that."
When looking back on their journey to the altar, Adam called it "surreal."
"I tell everyone all the time, it feels like we've been married already for a long time," Adam shared with the magazine, adding that he "can't believe" it's been four years since they fell in love on The Bachelor spinoff that was filmed in Mexico.
"So much has even changed since then... Everything to do with [our] lives, family and the whole franchise. And there's more success stories coming out of it."
Adam continued, "Before people were, like, skeptical about what their potential outcome could be and now it's, like, so exciting to see so many awesome couples come out of it."
"I've replanned the wedding three times now," Raven told Us in August 2020. "So I just totally stopped. I'm like, 'I'm not doing this anymore.'"
Raven didn't clarify at the time whether she and Adam had actually set and rescheduled several wedding dates or if her plans were just changed and altered.
"I told Adam by December , if there is no end in sight, we're just going to elope and get married by ourselves, in our house. And if there is a light at the end of the tunnel by December, then we'll schedule this wedding for the fourth time," Raven previously explained.
"You know what? If we accidentally get pregnant along the way [to the wedding], that's totally fine. I have baby fever, but Adam has extreme baby fever. He is read-y. He is ready."