Kylie Jenner and Khloé Kardashian are finding themselves in a similar situation when it comes to their personal lives. While they are both technically single moms, the sisters might have quite different sentiments when it comes to co-parenting their babies with their ex-boyfriends. However, in regards to the sisters' fairly recent status as singles, they seem to be on the same page.
Kylie and her ex-boyfriend Travis Scott broke things off a few weeks ago, and the twenty-two-year-old confirmed their split with a tweet after having been spotted at the same location as Tyga, who she famously dated before Travis. Kylie shut down the rumor of a 2 AM date with Tyga and also said that she and Travis are on great terms, and focusing on their friendship and raising their daughter Stormi. According to sources, the young couple is doing great co-parenting, and although Travis is traveling, he makes sure to stay in touch with Kylie and little Stormi via the phone.
As reported by ET Online, the source close to the couple went on saying that both Kylie and Travis are very mature and want to make sure that Stormi is happy. Neither of the former love birds wants any drama, and perhaps that is the key to managing co-parenting after splitting up.
Khloé has also opened up about her co-parenting situation with Tristan Thompson, and recently admitted that it is "not easy" while being interviewed by Jay Shetty on his podcast On Purpose. The reality star explained that it would be easier for her to just keep Tristan out of her life, but believes that would not be far to their daughter, True. Khloé broke up with Tristan earlier this year after he was caught kissing KarJenner friend Jordyn Woods, so it is easy to understand why co-parenting might be harder for Koko.
Khloé and Kylie seem to agree on them not being interested in dating at the moment, and that is probably for the best. Kylie is reportedly too busy with Kylie Cosmetics, and Khloé is still healing from Tristan's betrayal. Both sisters have great role models in momager Kris Jenner and older sister Kourtney Kardashian when it comes to co-parenting, so it is safe to assume they will be getting good advice from them.