Actress Tori Spelling revealed to "Extra" on the set of "Smallville" in Vancouver, Canada, that five months into her first pregnancy, she's starting to adjust.

"I'm a little tired, but feeling good. The first three months I had every textbook symptom, but now I'm starting to adjust," she said.

Spelling and her husband Dean McDermott also do not yet know if they are having a boy or girl.

"We do want to know, as soon as I get back from (Vancouver, British Columbia) we have our ultrasound," Spelling revealed.

"If it's a boy, we're making his middle name Aaron. If it's a girl her middle name will be my husband's mother, who passed away," she added.

Spelling also let it be known what type of mother she wants to be.

"I want to be a loving mom. I want to be a mom who listens. I want to be a cool mom. I just want to have a great relationship with my child and have a great family dynamic," she said.

Earlier this week, the Oxygen cable network announced that Spelling and her husband will star in a still untitled reality series that will document the couple's attempts to find and refurbish a bed-and-breakfast inn in Southern California.