Hoda Kotb could be adding to her flock.
The "Today" show co-anchor said she and her fiancé Joel Schiffman have filled out paperwork to adopt a third child.
"You know what, Joel and I have had this conversation because — you feel like you get a limited of time on earth and your heart expands, and sometimes you don't realize your heart's ability to expand until you've filled [it] and sometimes you think you're at the top, and then you realize that there's more room," Kotb told Entertainment Tonight.
"And we wondered, you know, would our family be better with another child? Do we have enough love, do we have enough time, you know, will we be a better family unit? And the answer to all those questions seems to be 'yes, we would be,'" she continued.
Hoda and Joel share daughters Haley Joy, 3, and Hope Catherine, 1, both of whom were adopted.
Although she and Joel are more than happy to expand their family, it's not totally certain that they will.
"But you can't control how life works," she said. "Like, all we can do is put it into the universe and fill out papers and then wait and if it happens wow, you know, that was meant to be."
Hoda has been open about adopting another child before. She previously told People magazine, "It's funny, I think to myself — and I've obviously had a conversation with Joel about it, many conversations — but I feel like, well, can we? Yes. Will our family be better with it? Yes. Do we have enough love in the house? Yes. All the answers seem to say yes."