The country singer also tells PEOPLE he wouldn't change a thing about his marriage

By Isley Kasica
Updated March 06, 2012 07:00 PM
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With their first wedding anniversary on the horizon, Blake Shelton says that there isn’t anything he would change about being married to Miranda Lambert.

“It’s just so easy with her; we have so much fun being natural,” Shelton, 35, told PEOPLE at Cosmopolitan magazine’s Fun Fearless Awards 2012 Monday night.

“We are more concerned with how to protect what’s going on now than things we need to change.”

Now that the couple has settled into married life, everyone can’t help but wonder when the king and queen of country music will have an heir to the throne – including the newlyweds themselves.

“We just spent a week together in Oklahoma and we actually talked about that. I think we both agreed that we’re a couple of years away from seriously talking about that,” he told reporters.

“There is a lot [career wise] that is happening right now and it only happens once,” continued Shelton. “We want to enjoy this and be able to focus on our careers so when it is time we’ll be ready to sit around and watch that happen.”

And just what kind of mom does The Voice coach think Lambert, 28, would be?

“If she’s anything with an actual human being like she is with the dogs, the kid’s going to be golden.”