Things seem to be going well in this little fam. Khloé Kardashian took to her Instagram Stories to show off a sweet set of celebratory balloons given to her by her daughter, True Thompson, and her ex-boyfriend Tristan Thompson. Needless to say, the display was really beautiful — and the gesture prompted the 35-year-old to share an update on coparenting with her baby daddy.

“Today was the launch of my Pink Diamond collection with KKW Fragrance,” KoKo said as she filmed the balloons in her living room on November 8. “And I got these balloons sent to me, they’re from baby True and Tristan and I really appreciate the love and the thoughtfulness. And I’m really proud of the coparenting place we are in.”

It’s great to hear that things are going well for the former couple after they broke up for good in the wake of the NBA star’s cheating scandal with Kylie Jenner‘s once-BFF Jordyn Woods. In case you forgot, this wasn’t even the first time the Cleveland Cavs player was embroiled in an affair. He was also caught cheating just days before the KUWTK star gave birth to their daughter in April 2018.

Clearly, the family was determined to move on and do the best they can. “Something that I’m focusing on is just making sure to process everything,” Khlo told Jay Shetty during an October 14 episode of “On Purpose,” his podcast. “I think, especially in my family, we’re good at moving on. Like, we have very big, forgiving hearts. We just move on … but we don’t really talk about things that happened and I don’t really know if that’s healthy or not.”

Khloe Kardashian's Balloons From True and Tristan Thompson

While she doesn’t seem to be mending things romantically with Tristan, Khloé also revealed she isn’t necessarily trying to start anything new either. “I haven’t jumped into dating, I don’t care to date right now,” she explained on the podcast. “I’m not in a rush for it, I feel so good in my life and I don’t really need much else.”

If this sweet gesture is anything to go by, it looks like the Kar-Jenner sis has a pretty full life at the moment. Gentlemen, take a number.