Keeping Up with the Kardashians: The Beans on Kourtney and Scott
It was just last week that we announced that Kourtney Kardashian is indeed expecting her first child.  The star of E!'s Keeping Up with the Kardashians and Kourtney and Khloe Take Miami didn't want to reveal the identity of the baby's father at first, but speculation has already pointed out who.  As we all suspected, it was Scott Disick.

In the past, Scott had his shortcomings.  Kourtney thought he was cheating on her, picking up hints on how he constantly spends time with other women.  Apparently, all that has changed now that this Playboy's going to be a daddy.

Kourtney appeared on NBC's The Today Show last week to discuss the good news of her pregnancy, but she couldn't help but spill even more details.  Kathie Lee Gifford, one of the hosts, told her to hold back: "Your mother said not to say!"

Unfortunately, the reality TV star felt the need to declare the news.  "It's Scott.  My ex-boyfriend.  Who is now my boyfriend."

After breaking up in January, it looks as though the two hurriedly got back together again since Kourtney's due in December.  That was fast.

"He's very excited," she revealed.  "When I found out, I was so shocked I didn't know what to do. I was so confused.  But he was so for it and so excited from the beginning.  We're really happy."

Of course, the rest of the family shares their enthusiasm over yet another plotline to be followed by Keeping Up with the Kardashians.  Kourtney's sister Khloe told Us Magazine at how changed Scott Disick is ever since news of the baby surfaced.

"[H]e's always been obsessed with Kourtney," she claimed.  Khloe also said that these days, Scott is "definitely becoming more maternal."  She was later corrected by Kourtney who referred to her boyfriend as "paternal."

There's no doubt that a baby will bring something new to their lives, just like the mom gaining about ten pounds as of now.  "I'm embracing it," Kourtney said.  "I like when my body changes.  I like seeing it.  I run around naked all day at home.  I think it's like a beautiful thing."

-Maria Gonzalez, BuddyTV Staff Columnist
Source: The Improper, Us Magazine
(Image Courtesy of E! Online)