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Scott Disick Says Parenting Is Trial and Error: ‘Kids Don’t Come with a Rule Book’

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Although Scott Disick has three kids and seems to have the whole dad thing down to a science, he’s not about to start giving Rob Kardashian advice about parenting.

He and his baby mama’s brother have chatted, yes, but Disick feels that trial by error is basically the best way to go about raising a child.

“I think he’s going to be a great dad,” he said of the future father. “You learn as you go. There’s no real advice you can give anybody, and if anybody says there is, they’re lying.”

Asked about the best advice he got before his son Mason, now 6, was born, he told PEOPLE, “None. I could have used some advice probably. It’s not easy. Kids don’t come with a rule book. You gotta figure it out yourself. It’s one of those things.”

For his part, Disick figured out that he started liking Halloween because of his kids.

“The kids really like it, so it makes me want to get into the spirit of it. Before that, I was not a monster Halloween guy, per se, but it’s fun now,” he says.

On Saturday night, Disick dressed up as Clark Kent while hosting a Halloween party as Las Vegas’ 1 Oak Nightclub, a party he hosted after catching Kanye West‘s concert earlier in the evening at the T-Mobile Arena with Kris Jenner‘s boyfriend Corey Gamble.

One thing not with him over the weekend, besides Kourtney Kardashian, was the ever-present reality TV cameras, which have often trailed him in Sin City. However, he’s not done with his life being documented.

“I think reality TV is just a part of our life and it follows our lives,” he said. “I’m not steering in or out of it. It’s just kind of second nature at this point. You’ve got to remember everyone in production we’ve been with for 10 years so it’s basically a big family.”