Scott Disick Opens Up About Parenting And Gives Out His Co-Parenting Advice

By Abbie Kraft, Parent Herald November 01, 12:13 pm

Rob Kardashian will soon welcome his first child with Blac Chyna. The rest of Rob's sibling may not seem thrilled with his baby to be, his brother-in-law Scott Disick, however, dished out a few parenting tips.

Scott Disick and his wife, Kourtney Kardashian already called it quits. Though the couple's relationship may have ended already, Scott and Kourtney makes it a point to co-parent and work with each other when it comes to looking after their children.

Scott Disick gave out his insights when it comes to parenting. During his conversation with Rob Kardashian, Scott stated that there is not real advice that anybody can give when it comes to parenting. He then added that there are not specific manuals when it comes to parenting, he then explained that parenting is a "learn as you go" process as reported in People.

"I think he's going to be a great dad," Scott Disick stated. "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 managed to do his fair share as a parent and part of his parenting duties is to take their children to trick or treat. Scott shared that his kids are starting to love Halloween, he even shared that he himself enjoys the Halloween season because of his kids.

"The kids really like it, so it makes me want to get into the spirit of it," Scott stated. "Before that, I was not a monster Halloween guy, per se, but it's fun now."

Co-parenting is common in the United States as most families are in line for divorce. It is a tough journey to co-parent but it is definitely doable. Raising Children suggest that coming up with a specific schedule for visitation can be of great help. It was then added that parents should thoroughly lay out a plan for their children to come up with an effective co-parenting plan.

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