Carrie Underwood still feels too young to have children.

The 29-year-old singer - who has been married to NHL player Mike Fisher for two years - wants to start a family eventually but she is currently enjoying her relationship the way it is.

She said: ''It's so funny, I still think of myself I guess being much younger than I actually am.

''I'm like, I'm too young to have kids when I'm 29 years old, so I'm really not. My mom had a couple in her early 20s and a lot of people do.

''I don't know, I guess it's a sign of my immaturity in that area.

''I've only been married two years. I really want to enjoy that and really figure that out a little better before we start throwing so much responsibility into that.''

For the last five years, Carrie has co-hosted the Country Music Association (CMA) Awards with Brad Paisley and she takes inspiration from the way he is able to balance his life.

She told 'Access Hollywood': ''He's not a different person in front of the camera and a whole different person away from the cameras.

''He is the way you think he is. It's really great to see how somebody has balanced family life and doing this, you know, being in our crazy world. Because a few years ago I was wondering how on Earth anybody could make that work. And seeing him and his wife Kimberly [Williams-Paisley] - she's superbusy, too - being able to juggle that is very encouraging.''