There’s nothing traditional about Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott‘s relationship. After less than one year of dating, the couple has gone from Coachella dates to first-time parents following the birth of their daughter Stormi. However, there is one thing Kylie and Travis are not rushing into, and that is moving in together.

“Kylie and Travis are not officially living together,” a source told People magazine. “He has his own place. They are co-parenting though, and things are going great. They are together and happy.” Instead, the “Goosebumps” rapper and lip kit maven are focusing on their little girl. “They’re not in [a] rush,” the source explained. “They’re just enjoying their little family.”

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Kylie, 20, and Travis, 25, have only been dating since April 2017 and as Life & Style_ previously reported, the couple is still getting to know each other. “Kylie’s pregnancy wasn’t planned,” a source told us exclusively. “And she conceived almost immediately after she and Travis started dating.”

A friend added, “It’s a really unconventional relationship, to say the least. They’ve only ever been on five dates!” This could explain why Kylie and Travis are hesitant to shack up — especially since they live two very different lives. “He really loves to party,” the insider continued. “He’ll try to FaceTime Kylie at 3 a.m. and she’s already been sleeping for six hours. They’re on completely different paths.”

Following the birth of their baby girl on Feb. 1, both parents took to social media to share their excitement. “2.1.18 4 ever… New rager in town,” he tweeted while Kylie explained why she decided to keep her pregnancy under wraps. “I knew for myself I needed to prepare for this role of a lifetime in the most positive, stress-free, and healthy way I knew how,” she said in a statement. “There was no gotcha moment, no big paid reveal I had planned. I knew my baby would feel every stress and every emotion so I chose to do it this way for my little life and our happiness.”