Blake Shelton is on the cover of People magazine again, shooting down rumors of trouble in his marriage to Miranda Lambert.
The story reiterates the couple's open-book policy, meaning they have total access to each other's phones and computers. Blake says, "That's been really a good thing, because I don't want her to have any doubts."
Making time for each other in the midst of their insanely hectic lives remains difficult for Blake and Miranda, though. "You come up with all these different ideas and theories -- 'We're going to make sure we have this many days together," Blake says, "but the truth is that you just got to take advantage of every window of time that you have, and you can't force it to happen."
Blake and Miranda tied the knot two years ago, and their relationship has turned Blake's focus from himself to Miranda when making big life decisions. He says, "I'm thinking on behalf of someone else [now], just like I hope she's doing with me."
That kind of unselfish thinking will come in handy when Blake and Miranda welcome a little bundle of joy. Blake admits, "I'm thinking about starting a family."
For more insight into Blake and Miranda's marriage, pick up the new issue of People, out Friday.
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