Kourtney posted a picture of herself posing in bed, while Scott and Penelope were looking at a phone in the background.
"Coparenting," she captioned the image.
Her family and inner circle loved the image.
"Goals," wrote Jen Atkin, one of the Kardashian celebrity hairstylists. "At its finest right huuuuurrrrrr," wrote her sister Khloé.
However, there were a large number of Kourtney's followers that found the image disrespectful towards Scott's girlfriend, Sofia Richie.
They felt that Kourtney was taunting Sofia with this post.
Ever since Kourtney broke up with model Younes Bendjima, she has been going above and beyond to bond with Sofia at Scott's request.
This makes us question that she posted that picture to purposely get under Sofia's skin. "Scott and Sofia are very serious and Scott felt it was important that Sofia and Kourtney interact and bond," an insider told E! News. "They have kept things separate for over a year now, and Kourtney is now more open and willing to have a surface level relationship with Sofia."
Scott, Sofia, and Kourtney even had dinner together twice last month.
"Scott and Kourtney both agreed it is better to get the elephant out of the room and for them to all be in each other's lives in order to make things flow easiest for the sake of the kids," the insider said.
Putting their kids first is paying off.
Kourtney even said she was thankful that Scott got to spend Thanksgiving with her in the caption of this post. "I woke up this morning in bed with my children, in the same house as my sisters (minus @khloekardashian i miss you), my brothers, the father of my kids, my mommy, my grandma, my nieces and nephew," she wrote. "I feel beyond grateful. Happy Thanksgiving!"
Kourtney and Scott will always be in each other's lives no matter who they date.
They might as well get along.