It doesn't look like they'll be any more babies in Jenny McCarthy and Donnie Wahlberg's future.
ET's Kevin Frazier caught up with the couple
on their Super Bowl LI Radio Row set for The Jenny McCarthy Show
on SiriusXM at the George R. Brown Convention in Houston, Texas, on Thursday, where they explained why they're perfectly happy being a family of five.
The duo, who tied the knot in August 2014, told ET they have talked about having a baby together, and sometimes still "go back and forth" on the idea.
"I'm like, 'Oh my god, I really, really kind of still' -- I'm at that age where it's like really tick tock," McCarthy, 44, dished. "And we both said we enjoy each other's company so much, and we have three kids [from previous relationships]! So, we want to be able to give all our energy to them and still enjoy our golden years."
"We have two teenagers, Jenny's son [14-year-old Evan] and my son [15-year-old Elijah] and now they're our sons, and they need all of our attention right now, and our family comes first before everything else now," added Wahlberg, who is also dad to 23-year-old son Xavier. "After working all these years together, to be able to focus on our children, and to burden them with another child, and to burden ourselves at such an early stage in our relationship -- we'll let the other boys graduate high school and see what happens then."
McCarthy also advised fans not to get excited if they see any signs of a bump.
"If you see a baby bump, it just means I'm bloated, people!" she joked. "Alright? That's it! Girls bloat!"
For now, the two are enjoying life at home with their kids, and their new pup!
"We're trying to name our puppy," Wahlberg, 47, revealed. "We finally came up with DJ, which stands for Denny and Johnny, because it's kind of like our baby. We're not having any more babies."
McCarthy and Wahlberg also told ET they're stoked for Super Bowl LI
, especially Lady Gaga's highly-anticipated halftime show
. But the New Kids on the Block founder is hoping she doesn't get too political on Sunday.
"Gaga's a friend," he explained. "I just love when she gets to show her talent. People get caught up in the meat dress and all the bologna, [but] she's such a talent. Next level talent. There's Beyoncé, there's Gaga, there's everyone else."
"I just hope she gets to show her talent," he continued. "And if she does do anything political I hope it doesn't overshadow her greatness."
-- Additional reporting by Darla Murray