Are the Jonas Brothers about to welcome another Jonas into the family biz? Not quite, but babies are on the mind of Kevin and Danielle Jonas when their E! reality series Married to Jonas returns for its second season on Sunday (10:30/9:30c). "We do talk about it a lot," Kevin tells TV Guide Magazine. "I think because I'm going to be carrying for nine months, I will be on and off the tour," Danielle adds — hypothetically. "I know that our life isn't normal, but I'd like to keep it kind of normal so that they're the same as other kids."
But before the couple embraces parenthood, they have other problems to tackle this season — with their own parents who temporarily move in and overstay their welcome. "When you're not used to living with your parents anymore, there are always ups and downs," says Danielle. "I like having people at the house," adds Kevin. "It's a little nuts, but hey, who doesn't like that sometimes?"
However, another issue distracts them from parental control, as they're moving, too. While Season 1 cameras followed Kevin and Danielle around their New Jersey mansion, this time around, the couple considers a big Manhattan move. "Being in New Jersey, there is a plus where there isn't paparazzi around," admits Danielle. "But I think if we just keep everything the same and not worry about who's following us, we can do okay." And her hubby agrees. The premiere episode has Kevin touring his suburban sweetheart all around New York City — strolling through Central Park, shopping at high-end stores and even apartment hunting.
Other than normal newlywed matters, what else does the wife of a pop-rockstar have to deal with? Scheduling. Although the couple travels on tour to South America together, the Jonas Brothers are on the road to promote their new album throughout this season. Studio sessions, music video shoots and shows are all on screen — and yes, there will be frequent appearances by the other Jo-Bros, Nick and Joe. "There's so much going on with the Jonas Brothers so it's tough and does create conflict for myself and Dani," says Kevin. "We have our moments, but as long as it's real, we weren't afraid to show it on camera."