Scott Disick Talks Parenting, Has No Advice For Other Parents; Says There Is No Rule Book For Raising Children

By Chiara Leghler, Parent Herald October 31, 03:59 am

Father-of-three and "Keeping Up With The Kardashians" reality star, Scott Disick, recently shared in a statement that he has no advice for other parents raising children because there is no rule book or a guide regarding having children.

Scott Disick was asked about future father Rob Kardashian, who is the brother of his former partner, Kourtney Kardashian. Scott Disick said that he thinks Rob Kardashian will be a great dad to his daughter, who he is set to have with fiancée Blac Chyna. Scott Disick noted that trial by error is the best way to raise a child, People reported. He added, "You learn as you go. There's no real advice you can give anybody, and if anybody says there is, they're lying."

Scott Disick was also asked about the best advice given to him by his son, Mason, now six years old, came to the world. He noted that he never had any advice given to him and it was not easy because he and Kourtney had to figure things out themselves.

The Record added that aside from Scott Disick's son Mason, he also has a four-year-old daughter named Penelope and another son named Reign, 22 months old.

Aside from talking about raising children, Scott Disick was also asked about his outlook on life as per Halloween. He shared that his kids like the festivities during October 31 so much so it makes him want to get into the spirit of it. Speaking of Halloween, Scott Disick dressed up as Clark Kent while he hosted a Halloween party at the 1Oak nightclub in Las Vegas.

Scott Disick also talked about the reality series "Keeping Up With The Kardashians." He said that the TV show is part of his life as it follows their lives. He assured that he is not yet done with shooting for the TV show and he thinks that the series, which has been on TV for 10 years now, is a big family.

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