Scott Disick Is 'Thankful' for His Kids with Ex Kourtney Kardashian — See the Adorable Video
Scott Disick shared a heartwarming clip of himself spending time with his son Reign, 2, and daughter Penelope, 5
Scott Disick is feeling thankful for his little ones.
On Thursday, the Keeping Up with the Kardashians star shared a heartwarming clip from the show of himself spending time with his son Reign, 2, and daughter Penelope, 5. (Disick, 34, also shares son Mason, 7, with ex Kourtney Kardashian, though their eldest son doesn’t appear in the video.)
In the clip, the father of three carries Penelope around until Reign asks to be picked up.
“Thank you, Dad,” Reign gushes as he settles into Disick’s arms.
“No problem,” says Disick as his youngest son showers him with sweet kisses. “You’re a funny little guy, aren’t you?”
“This is why I’m thankful today,” Disick captioned the post. “Happy thanksgiving 2 all!!”
Kardashian, 38, also shared some sweet Thanksgiving tributes to their kids on social media, sharing photos of Penelope and Reign and captioning them “thankful,” and “very thankful.”
“Live for the moments you can’t put into words,” she captioned a third photo of her two youngest children sitting along the water.
The former couple were together for nine years before she officially ended things in 2015. On the current season of the family’s reality show, Disick — who has struggled with alcohol abuse — has been open about the fact that moving on from the relationship hasn’t been easy.
“It’s tough. I mean, I don’t live the cleanest-looking life,” he said on a recent episode. “I’m a guy. I’m a little younger. Maybe the way I’m getting over her is a drop different, and it’s hard. I don’t really know what to do. If I step out of line one way, I could lose everybody in the matter of a second.”
“But at the end of the day, we have three kids together, that’s not going to change,” he continued. “My biggest focus is learning how to really, legitimately move on and do a lot more with my kids without Kourtney.”
“There’s no more false hope [of us reconciling],” he added. “It’s just another transition in another weird part of being together and not being together.”