SCOTT Disick is no longer homeless.
After his name was left off ex Kourtney Kardashian's holiday gingerbead house, Scott was gifted a home of his own, complete with his name and the name of his kids.
Every holiday season, Kardashian momager Kris Jenner gives each of her children a custom made and personalized gingerbread house.
When Kourtney received her house, the family names on the garland icing included the 42-year-old along with fiancé Travis Barker’s name and the names of the three children he shares with ex-wife Shanna Moakler: son Landon, daughter Alabama and stepdaughter Atiana.
Also written out were the names of the three children Kourtney shares with Scott — Mason, Reign and Penelope.
But Scott himself was nowhere to be found, and some fans took this to be a subtle snub at the ex.
Kourtney shared a snapshot and video of the gingerbread house on Instagram.
In the Story, the camera moved around the gingerbread house while the classic song, It's Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas, by Meredith Willson played in the background.
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Kourtney wrote: "Thank you mommy," and tagged Kris Jenner.
In the snap, the roof of the gingerbread house had a circular sign that said: "Merry Christmas."
Below the sign were the names of loved ones and their children.
Four days later, Scott finally got a make good home of his own from Kris.
The 38-year-old shared his present on Instagram, adding the caption: “Just put the fire on."
On Scott's cookie roof his name was accompanied by his kids names -Mason, Reign and Penelope – all shared with Kourtney.
Scott has remained relatively silent since Kourtney got engaged to Travis
The Sun exclusively revealed that Scott had always "believed he'd get back together with Kourtney" and now feels like he's "officially lost her".
An insider spilled: "Scott is in a really, really rough place right now.
“He found out with the rest of the world, he wasn't given a heads up like the rest of the family because they didn't want him to do something to spoil it for Kourtney.”
The insider added: "Scott knew the engagement was coming because Kourtney indicated that the relationship was serious, but it hasn’t stopped him from feeling rejected, like he's officially lost her.
"He had always hoped they would reunite and get back together but is now having to come to terms with the fact that's never going to happen.
"He felt she'd come around eventually and he'd just fill his time with young women, dating and having fun, until she was ready to get serious.
"He thinks Kourtney and Travis' relationship is very over the top and knew it wouldn't be long before he popped the question, but now it's beginning to feel very real."
The insider also told The Sun that the Kardashians have been "worried" about Scott's reaction to the engagement.
"He's spoken to Khloe about it, everyone is worried about him, but he feels the best thing is to take a step back and focus on being the best father he can be for their kids," the source said.
"He does think Travis is a good guy and a perfect fit for her and the family, but it hurts to see someone else making her so happy."
Scott previously showed his jealousy over Kourtney and Travis' romance as he dissed them for making out on a sexy Italian vacation as they've sailed the country's stunning coastline.
He allegedly slid into her other ex-boyfriend Younes Bendjima's DMs to slam her for straddling her new man during a steamy boat ride in Sestri Levante back in September.
Recently, Scott shared a snapshot with his two sons and daughter in an Instagram Story.
The group was lighting the Hanukkah menorah at their home.
The reality star and Penelope had their hands around the same candle.
Reign sat on top of the table with his legs crossed, while Mason sat by his father's side.
The patriarch captioned the post: "Family First."
Scott and Mason have gotten closer since the dad of three called his oldest son his "best friend" on Instagram back in October.
In the next Story, Scott shared a fun photo of Reign's happy face when he got his present.
Scott wrote: "Happy little fella."
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