Trista and Ryan Sutter are apparently planning a return to reality television.

The Bachelorette first-season lovebirds have been meeting with Martha Stewart to collaborate on a new reality series, Life & Style Weekly reported in its June 2 issue.

"The details are still being hashed out, but it has to do with fixing up houses," an insider told Life & Style

After finishing as The Bachelor's first-season runner-up, Trista served as the object of affection on The Bachelorette's first installment in early 2003.  More than 30 million people watched her choose Ryan as her man during ABC's February 2003 broadcast of The Bachelorette's first season finale. 

Ten months later, ABC aired a three episode series that detailed the events leading up to their December 2003 wedding ceremony.  Over 17 million viewers watched the couple exchange vows on ABC's Trista & Ryan's Wedding finale broadcast. The couple welcomed their first child -- Maxwell Alston Sutter -- late last August.

"[They] are really excited about the prospect of having their own show," the insider told Life & Style.

The couple currently resides in Colorado, and Trista reiterated their desire to have another child at a Modern Brides awards dinner on May 13 in New York City.

"It took us two years to get pregnant with Max," Trista told Life & Style.  "It's okay if it takes us that long again, but we'd rather have them closer in age.  We'll see!"