Co-parenting is no easy feat, especially if the couple in question has had a bit of a rocky past.
How exactly does one interact with their former partner in order to provide the best lives possible for their children?
Enter: Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick.
Though they ended their relationship back in 2015, the pair has remained committed to co-parenting their three children together, despite the complexity of their on-again-off-again history.
They're even taking family vacations together, as confirmed by a recent Instagram photo of the former couple that Kourtney captioned:
"MOM and DAD back at it again with the co-parenting skills."
How exactly do they do it? Back in March, Disick told People:
"I don’t think we know any other way, to be honest. We never had any negativity between us and we made a very smooth transition into the way we live, and luckily, thank God, we're able to see one another and still be with our children and, knock on wood, that we have that."
They are clearly still very much a family, and spend a great deal of time all together, which is no doubt a great reassurance to their children.
Sometimes, it seems, a couple is more equipped to raise their children when they're not romantically involved.
And that's perfectly fine.