“That was one of them and… there are a few more but I just can’t remember.”
Tara went on to explain that her beau “didn’t really give that many options.”
“I think I suggested all of them and he was just like, ‘Yeah!’”
She also added that they’ve decided to wait until the little one arrives before locking anything in.
“We’re going to name him when he comes out so we could use either one of them.”
The adorable update follows the couple’s extravagant announcement that ‘Baby Shep’ was on board - which, by the way, came exactly a month after the pair tied the knot.
“Nick and I are so excited to finally share that we are expecting a little baby BOY in May 2021,” Tara captioned a video of them sitting on a beach with a bottle of champagne while on their honeymoon. “We are both so grateful and we just can’t wait to meet the little fella.”
Tara and Nick had known each other for more than a decade before getting hitched in an intimate ceremony in Queensland's Currumbin Valley on September 25. In an exclusive interview with WHO, the former reality TV star revealed that the pregnancy was something of a surprise.
"It did happen a lot sooner than we planned, but, you know, no complaints," she says.
"The whole time I was like ‘I can’t be pregnant at my wedding!’ but it’s a blessing and it wasn’t as bad as I thought it would be."
Due to coronavirus restrictions and state border closures, many friends and family members were unable to attend their big day, so Tara didn't have to keep her pregnancy a secret from heaps of people.
"Everyone at the wedding knew because it was so small – all my bridesmaids and their partners knew. There were maybe four people who didn’t know and by the end of the day they saw me sober and knew! I was eight weeks at the time and I was really sick."
She also opened up about her fears that she won’t be “a good mum for a boy.”
"When the boys I look after climb up the walls and do crazy things it scares me so I’m a bit worried that I’ll be like ‘Stop! Don’t do that!’ and be a scared, worried mum with a boy. But I’m going to do my best,” the nanny explained.
“They’re so active and I’m not active!"
That said, after so many years of working with other people’s kids, she's excited to finally have a bundle of joy to call her own.
"I’ve been in childcare and looked after children my whole life and I have so many nephews and nieces and I love them so much so I’m so excited to have my own little baby to look after and care for and parent how I’ve always dreamt of parenting."