Another day, another TikTok post from budding social media star Penelope Disick!
The 9-year-old daughter of Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick posted a video of herself with her mom doing a few coordinated dance moves before the Poosh founder hops out of the frame. The choreography is known as the "seeing triple edit" on the app.
Whether intentional or not, both of the ladies were wearing all black from head-to-toe. Also on display were Disick's new red tresses. The tot documented the dyeing process in a previous TikTok around the holidays.
The mother-daughter duo have racked up 2.9 million followers on their joint account, but it looks like that number isn't big enough for the student.
"Hi guys can we please please get to 3 mil please," Disick wrote in her bio.
The new redhead often has family members like her dad, cousin North West, and her soon-to-be stepdad Travis Barker make cameos in her videos.
The Blink-182 musician and Kardashian got engaged this past October, and his kids teenaged kids [Landon, 18, and Alabama, 16] quickly bonded with Penelope and her brothers, Mason, 12, and Reign, 7.
"He's so sweet and loving towards her and her children. Their families also blended easily and nicely, and they all get along so well," a source told PEOPLE. "She fell for Travis because he's such a there-for-his-kids father. He has a huge heart."
According to an E! News insider, the mom-of-three is eager to tie the knot sometime "soon," but "logistically it's taking some time." However, the nuptials will likely occur this year.
At the moment, the bride-to-be has been discussing details with her mom, Kris Jenner, and their trusted party planner Mindy Weiss.
"They are all doing it together. Kourtney is relaxed and laid back about the details. She's not a bridezilla at all," insisted the source. "Travis is also involved, but he lets Kourtney make most of the decisions and wants it to be her day."
Before they do swap vows, there's a chance that they'll get everyone under one roof, as they still technically live in separate homes.
"They have a great routine going right now and spend time at both of their houses together with the kids. It's very convenient," another source said. "They definitely want to consolidate and be in one household but aren't in a rush."