As Kendra Wilkinson-Baskett and Hank Baskett try to salvage their marriage, the sparring spouses have kept their focus on the two people who matter the most: son Hank IV, 4, and daughter Alijah, 5 months.
"They are working on repairing their relationship," a source tells E! News.
Regarding the family's recent beach trip, the source adds, "They are trying to keep family life as normal as possible for the kids, which means keeping a united front so there's as little disruption for the kids." If shooting a third season of Kendra on Top seems abnormal to the non-famous, consider this: every major milestone in their lives has been shown on TV since 2009. "I never promised to be perfect, but I always promised to be myself and that means even the realest moments," Wilkinson-Baskett tweeted Oct. 24.
So, what's next for the troubled twosome?
"I'm not making a rash decision, divorcing or staying with him," Wilkinson-Baskett recently told E! News. "I'm trying to let things happen naturally, let things play out a little longer."
Of course, she considered ending the marriage amid reports of an affair on Baskett's behalf.
"I found myself in a position where it came down to literally a signature for the divorce to go through and something held me back," Wilkinson-Baskett explained. "Something a bit more powerful pulled me away from doing that and the power I believe is my heart."
The Playboy Playmate also opened up to E! News about how she told her son about her marital issues. "My son is definitely not old enough for any of this or any detail or any explanation," she said. "But he did witness the initial fight. It's funny because he's never ever witnessed a fight between Hank and me."
"Little Hank is too young to understand all this," Wilkinson-Baskett, 29, reiterated, adding, "He was old enough to understand that mama and papa did have a big blowout fight and I had to explain what that meant. I didn't explain what it was about, but I explained that papa had to go on grown-up time-out."
Though her future remains uncertain, Wilkinson-Baskett remains optimistic. "I'm about to turn 30 this year," the model told E! News. "I feel like I'm at a place in my life where I'm mature enough to handle what is happening to me in my life. Five years ago, I would have never ever been able to handle it. I would've made the wrong decisions and made very quick, rash decisions without thinking about them. Right now, I'm more mature and I'm spiritual and I can slow my mind down and really think logically."