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Updated June 14, 2007 09:07 AM
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A newly brunette Trista Sutter and husband Ryan relaxed with OK! Magazine at their favorite local hangout, the Park Hyatt Beaver Creek Resort and Spa, near their Colorado home, and talked about impending parenthood. Trista is due in mid-August with their first child. Here are the highlights:

On the baby’s sex: Trista: We want to be surprised. We’ve talked about names, but we haven’t settled on anything yet. I really would like to meet the baby first.

Favorite part of being pregnant: Feeling the baby kick is pretty cool.

Least favorite part: Watching her body change, she says. I love the fact that I’m pregnant, but it’s kind of hard to get used to the changes that happen to your body. But I’m not complaining in the least.

On the possibility of a reality show for the new family: Trista: One hundred percent no! When it comes to cameras being in your private life 24 hours a day, that’s something we’re in total agreement will never be happening again. That’s how we met and we’re really appreciative of that, but that won’t be happening. Sorry to the public if they were wanting to see any of the birth!

Source: OK!, June 25 issue, pg 58-59

Trista wears a custom ‘Blessed Belly’ tee she was gifted with by Blessence Maternity. You can get your own non-blingin’ version for $36, either in teal or the berry color Trista is wearing.

Click below for two more pics and more from the interview!


On morning sickness: I was sick for four months. I couldn’t really move or get out of the house.

During that time, Ryan made sure every need of hers was attended to. He says, Fora while she was living off of saltines, so I made sure she had enoughof those. She likes her back rubbed and scratched, so I would try to dothings like that to help.

Cravings: I ate fruit before, but I crave it more now.

On labor plans: Ryan has 24-hour shifts as a fireman, but he plans to make it to the birth no matter what. If we’re getting close to the due date, I’ll try to make sure I have coverage for work. But if the baby comes at a time when I’m not expecting it, we’ll figure it out. The firehouse is one minute from the hospital.Trista adds, He can get off work if I go into labor for sure!

On the nursery: It’s not all pink…yet! She says, We’re working on that now. We’re doing neutral colors and then we’ll add girl or boy accents.

Ryan hasn’t had to lift a finger as Trista’s been at the helm. He says, I didn’t really have much to do with the nursery, to be honest. Trista has strong feelings about what she wants, so I give into that.

Nervous about becoming parents?: Trista: No, not really. I’ve worked with kids for a long time and I’m really excited to meet him or her.

Ryan: I’m excited but nervous. You want to be a good dad but you worry about the health of your baby and being able to raise it so they become a good person. It’s a lot of responsibility and I don’t take that lightly.

On having more children: Ryan says they may try for one more, but Trista just wants to take it one step at a time. She says, I’m just focusing on this one. I’m happy to be pregnant. If we just have one, I would be tickled pink. We need to get through this one before we can go there.