Kristin Cavallari said she and husband Jay Cutler don't yet know the sex of their second baby, but that this pregnancy has been the same as her last, which resulted in son Camden.
"Yeah, I feel the exact same, both my pregnancies. I'm just really tired in the first trimester, then once I hit the second trimester, I start to snap out of it a little bit," she told ABC News at Ubisoft's Just Dance 2014 Thanksgiving Dinner in Hollywood. "My cravings have been the same. I don't know if that's any indication that it's a boy or what, we'll see."
One thing is for sure, if Cavallari does have another son, she's totally fine with it.
"Of course I want a little girl, I think it would be a ton of fun, but a boy would be great too," Cavallari, 26, said. "Then Camden would have a little buddy, and I'd still be the girl of the house."
Camden, who's 15 months old, should also be fine with getting a little brother or sister.
"I can see him being a little jealous at first, but once he gets over that initial reaction, I think he'll be really excited because he'll have a buddy to play with," Cavallari said.
The reality star, who announced her second pregnancy last month, added that when she and her NFL quarterback husband, 31, do find out the sex of the baby, they don't plan on telling anyone.
"[Jay] doesn't even want to tell our parents, which I think will be hard, but I think we are going to try not to tell anybody. We'll see how it goes," she added.
Cavallari is also going to see how Thanksgiving goes - she's hosting it at her home in Chicago with 21 people set to show up for the holiday.
"[It] is a little scary, I've never cooked for that many people before," she said. "But it's going to be a lot of fun and everyone who's coming has to bring something, so I'm not responsible for the entire meal. It takes a little pressure off."
She added, "It will probably be a little chaotic, but that's fine. That's what Thanksgiving's about, having a bunch of people running around. There will be some kids there. If everything goes well, Thanksgiving at our house, I would love to start that as a tradition."