While attending the third night of the Bud Light Super Bowl Music Fest at the Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles on Saturday, the Vanderpump Rules stars opened up about raising their daughter Summer Moon, who was born in April 2021.
Noting that taking care of their little one is split "very 50-50," Shay, 36, told PEOPLE, "Right now we're kind of switching off because we're having her just in the crib, and we moved from L.A. back down to San Diego, so we're just trying to get her used to sleeping in the crib on her own. She's no longer in the bassinet next to us."
"So right now we've been swapping: I do one night, [Brock will] do the next night. We have a nice recliner chair in her nursery that we sleep on a lot of nights," she continued. "But yeah, we're figuring it out."
Though Davies, 31, playfully joked that "trying to split the duties" is the most challenging part of parenthood thus far, the reality star added: "I feel like raising a child is [a] challenge ... but it's a good challenge. We're doing well at it — I'm proud of her."
Despite loving their time with their baby girl, Shay and Davies both said they feel it is "too early" to start considering plans to welcome another child into their family.
"I mean, we think about it, yes, but we're not trying or planning for it. That is too early. But we think about it. We talk about it," Shay shared. "I would love for her to have a sibling, but I had such a traumatic labor that I don't know I want to carry the next one. So we're thinking about surrogates."
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"We might just roll the dice, and if I get pregnant, then, you know, fingers crossed it goes well, but hopefully not in the next year. I want her to be potty trained first," she continued. "Once she's potty trained and knows, like, 'I want a brother, I want a sister,' then it's like, okay, now it's time."
Added Davies: "We've got a time limit set. Work on the family and then hopefully go from there."
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As for wedding prep, the engaged pair said they are in the process of planning their dream wedding, but aren't in any rush after their potential plan to wed in Bali fell through.
"I have a trip planned with my sister out of the country next month to go look at some venues. We're gonna see if this is the right country, if this is the right fit," Shay explained. "We have two other countries in mind. We definitely want to do destination."
When asked about dates for their eventual nuptials, Shay told PEOPLE, "August to November."
"We're being open because so many people have rescheduled their 2020, 2021 weddings. We wanted to do 11/11 and we're like, that's not going to be available. 11/11/22, that's not going to be available," she added. "But we're thinking like a Wednesday when school is already back in session, so it's harder for people to come. We really want to have a small wedding and we want to keep the numbers down."
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Noting that he will be "celebrating and watching" at SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles on Sunday, Fieri, 54, said he always attends the sporting event. "You will have to drag me away," the restaurateur joked. "Even if it's not my team, which I'm a Raider [fan] — my favorite team. Even if we're not in, I want to go and see the game."
"I love the energy, I love the enthusiasm, I love two separate teams showing up for the big final battle," Fieri continued. "I really do go through like depression though after it's over. I mean why can't it be all year? Why can't we talk about having it all year long? How about one game every day?"
This year, Fieri is even set to appear in a Super Bowl commercial. "There's highlights in your career, there's moments in your career, [and] I feel like I've been drafted," he said. "I feel like I got the call."
"There wasn't one thing that we missed, and matter of fact, they went beyond what I thought they were going to do. And it's my favorite 60-second movie I've ever been in," Fieri added of the Bud Light Seltzer Hard Soda ad.