After five years of co-parenting, Scott Disick and Kourtney Kardashian have mastered shared custody, and she shared how they’ve been handling the quarantine situation with their three kids.
Kourtney Kardashian makes sure her kids spend time with their dad, Scott Disick, during the quarantine.
During an Instagram Live, she said that Mason Disick, 10, Penelope Disick, 7, and Reign Disick, 5, spend five days at her home, and two days at Scott’s. “I think because the kids are going back and forth to both houses….I try to schedule my work on those days,” Kardashian explained. “I think it’s even nice for the kids to get a different change of scenery, get into a different house. They have their own dog over there. It’s just a different vibe in the different houses.”
Besides, thanks to technology, the children are able to keep in touch with Disick during the days they’re not with him, too. “Scott and Kourtney have done their best to make this quarantine as smooth of a transition for their kids as possible,” a source said. “When Scott can’t be with the kids, he FaceTimes with them, calls, or texts whenever possible. [His girlfriend] Sofia [Richie] is totally supportive of his relationship with the kids and has joined in on a few FaceTime chats, too.” The source added that the children have “adjusted surprisingly well” to this arrangement.
Co-parenting wasn’t always easy for Scott and Kourtney. Things were pretty bitter between them when they first broke up in 2015.
Things got even worse after he started seeing Sofia in 2017. He introduced the kids to her for the first time without letting Kourtney know, and it resulted in some tension between the two.
However, they have been able to put their differences aside, so Kourtney and Sofia now get along.
Scott has joined his ex and other KarJenners on many family vacations over the last two years, and they have even gone on solo trips with the children.