A number of fans have wondered if, now that Travis and Kylie have welcomed their baby girl, the two will make things official by getting engaged.
True, Kylie's only 20 and they haven't even been dating for a year, but they have a child together and both seem committed to this relationship.
Now that Travis has reportedly proposed to Kylie only for her to shoot it down, those same fans are wondering: why?
HollywoodLife reports that Kylie isn't ready to marry Travis, as he found out to his chagrin on their trip to Miami.
"When Kylie and Travis were on their trip he spontaneously asked her to marry him, but she turned him down, for now."
Oh, that sounds incredibly awkward.
But she's reportedly very happy with him and even open to marriage ... eventually.
"Kylie definitely wants to marry Travis, but she also really loves how things are the way they are."
This may come as a surprise, since Kylie decided to have his baby, but she apparently has some realistic and mature ideas about
"She knows she rushed into this relationship, so she’s trying to slow it all down and enjoy every single stage."
That sounds healthy. Again, they've been dating for less than one year.
Per this report, Kylie's getting some much-needed advice from her family members.
She's always been said to be particularly close with Khloe.
"Plus, she gets lots of guidance from Khloe [Kardashian] who is encouraging her to wait on the whole wedding thing."
Kylie and Khloe have a special bond, perhaps in part because they both once thought of themselves as "ugly ducklings" (though neither were ever ugly) until their radical body transformations.
But all of Kylie's sisters are apparently quick to give her good advice.
"But it’s not just Khloe, all of Kylie’s sisters are encouraging her to take her time as much as she can."
This doesn't necessarily mean that Kylie's sisters believe that Travis Scott is some sort of deceiver who's only in this for easy sex and an easier lifestyle thanks to Kylie's money.
First of all, we know that Travis Scott is not a deadbeat dad.
We saw his eyes glisten with excitement as he attended multiple appointments for Kylie as she saw doctors and went through ultrasounds.
But someone doesn't have to be a schemer for a rushed marriage to be a bad idea.
In general, rushing into marriage is a recipe for disaster.
The only time that it's smart is if there are legal reasons (someone needs a Green Card, someone needs to not be compelled to testify against the other in a court of law, someone needs health insurance) ... or perhaps if a reality series is paying you enough.
Again, and we cannot emphasize this enough, but extrapolating from Stormi Webster's February 1st birth date, Kylie and Travis had been dating for perhaps one month when Kylie conceived.
Maybe they would still be together even if they hadn't brought another human being into the world -- Kylie loves with her whole heart.
But getting engaged to someone you've effectively just met is a recipe for disaster.
That said, there's no reason for Travis and Kylie to not continue their happy and healthy relationship.
You don't need a piece of paper or a special ring to be a family.
And, of course, no delay precludes them from getting married in the future. When Kylie feels that the time is right.
If anything, this story about Kylie shooting down Travis' proposal is a reminder to everyone to not do those public proposals.
Travis was wise enough to not do this alleged proposal over a livestream, of course.
But if you propose in public, you should be absolutely certain (as in, talk about it) that the other person wants to get married.
Otherwise, they either say yes out of nervousness and guilt because of their audience ... or say no and leave you both feeling incredibly embarrassed and awkward.
We wish Kylie and Travis the best of luck for whatever becomes of their relationship.