Are Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick Getting Back Together?

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Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick have certainly had their fair share of ups and downs lately and this isn't the first time the high-profile pair has ever taken a break. Something about this one felt pretty final, though.

Despite the fact that they just welcomed their third child together in December, the pair split up in July after Scott's month-long absence from the family home, during which he was photographed partying with his ex-girlfriend.

Given that they do share three kids together, they have obviously had to maintain at least some contact so that they can arrange visits and other things that are involved in co-parenting. Recently, however, Scott's social media posts have people wondering if Mason, Penelope and Reign's parents are back "on" again.

Over the weekend, Scott shared a sweet photo of daughter Penelope sleeping with the caption, "Love coming home and seeing my little girl napping and looking this cute." He later deleted the photo, but then shared this pic from what looked like the backyard of their family home with the caption "chill time."

While a lot of commenters seemed convinced that this was the backyard of the family home, a source tells TMZ that it is not.

Kourtney has also been sharing some cryptic stuff on her social media accounts and it's hard to tell if she's talking about a possible reconciliation and on that note, whether she would be for, or against, it.

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Guess we'll just have to wait and see!
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