The most important thing for pregnancy is good blood sugar control. I found out I was diabetic in the first weeks of my first pregnancy. on insulin ever since. Went on to have a second pregnancy 2 1/2 years after the first. Both successful and mostly non-eventful (at least where the diabetes was concerned). I did eat low carb for both (and still do), I did manage the blood sugar quite aggressively with frequent testing and corrections, as required.
I would say get yourself comfortable with using insulin and the tools you have, but then I'd say go for it. You never know how long it will take anyway.
During pregnancy everything changes with blood sugar control. Whether you get pregnant sooner or later, that fact will still remain.
After 2 diabetic pregnancies I would say that a pump is not essential, however, a CGM would be great! So for me that would be the first on the wish list.
Get your thyroid checked because this can affect pregnancy and often hypothyroid and diabetes go hand in hand.
Best wishes to you and your partner. Having kids is life changing, in great ways and challenging ways. If I had to do it all again I would still do it (in fact, I would have started having kids earlier and would have had more than 2!).