Kourtney Kardashian Worries About Sending Scott Disick 'Mixed Messages' by Inviting Him on Family Trips
By Jackie Willis
Kourtney Kardashian expressed some concerns she has about spending time with her ex, Scott Disick.
On the most recent episode of Keeping Up With the Kardashians, the reality stars reflect on their successful trip to New York City together and discuss whether Scott should come on the Kardashian-Jenner family vacation to Bali.
"My past with Scott has always been complicated," Kourtney admits in her confessional. "I feel like this New York trip has really, like, made me feel excited. It's really nice to see how much Scott has grown and how much he's invested in being a great dad to the kids."
The former couple are parents to three kids, Mason, 9, Penelope, 6, and Reign, 4, and Scott is adamant that he wants to be included when it comes to trips with his children.
"It's been over a year of consistency and I feel like we're good and our parenting has been better and the kids are better," Scott tells Kourtney. "We've always said that we were gonna try to be family. Obviously it didn't work out perfect but this is as close as we can get."
"I like to be able to all go on trips together," Scott replies. "If it's a family trip and everybody's going, of course I don't want to miss out on those times. But I also want you to feel comfortable."
Kourtney, however, does have some reservations. "My only hesitation is just like I don't want to, like, give mixed messages by all going on a trip together," she confesses.
Appearing a little offended by the remark, Scott, who is currently dating 20-year-old model Sofia Richie, responds, "Mixed messages with what? ...You're giving me a mixed message? I'm in a full relationship."
The father of three later quips, "You barely give a regular message."
Keeping Up With the Kardashians airs Sundays at 9 p.m. on E!
Scott, 35, and Kourtney, 39, are very honest about the ups and downs they face while co-parenting together. Here's another look at when the pair hashed things out while cameras were rolling: