A Dallas Baby For Khloe & Lamar?

Apparently, eight million is not enough when it comes to Kardashian offspring, but Khloe Kardashian says she's glad she hasn't gotten pregnant just yet.

Although she hasn't made a secret of her desire for children with husband Lamar Odom, she tells People magazine that her empty uterus is for the best right now, especially since her basketballin' hubs, 32, was recently traded from the LA Lakers to the Dallas Mavericks.

"I think, 'Gosh, what if I did get pregnant last season or a few months ago?'" said, Kardashian, 27, while promoting her new season of  Khloe & Lamar, which premieres at 10 p.m. Feb. 19 on E! "Or what if I had a newborn baby and all this [NBA] trade stuff happened? I don't think I could have dealt with everything at one time. Doing this trade and my husband's emotions and going through all that is so stressful."

However, now that the duo is settled in Dallas, the baby makin' festivities are back in the works. "Maybe Dallas will bring a baby," Kardashian said. "We're definitely trying to have kids. Everything will happen when it's meant to be. Last season, we were much more documenting, 'Okay, when am I ovulating, when am I doing this?' And it was very stressful to do it that way, so we've stopped. Lamar and I definitely are letting nature take its course."

That is, if "letting nature take its course" means getting intimate while surrounded by a camera crew. Apparently, many episodes this season will include their attempts at conceiving -- including one session involving a sex swing.

"We've had our same film crew since the first season of Keeping Up with the Kardashians," Kardashian said. "So for me, I never think twice about [filming intimate scenes]. I don't ever think about how many people are going to watch the show. I don't ever want to filter myself. I like being me."

Odom, however, still has a shred of self-respect left and has a harder time letting it all hang out for the cameras. "He's still getting used to filming," she continued. "There are standard cameras that are just placed in rooms. There's no film crew in those rooms. You see the black and white footage because Lamar's like, 'I can't get my freak on with people here.' "

Set your DVRs, people. The over-sharing is less than two weeks away...