We've reached the point where not a day goes by without a new rumor about Khloe Kardashian and Tristan Thompson's relationship status.
Earlier this week, "insiders" claimed Khloe was finally ready to dump Tristan.
Yesterday, sources insisted Khloe is moving to Cleveland to try and make the relationship work.
Now, it seems that -- as is so often the case with this sort of thing -- the truth is really somewhere in the middle.
According to a new report from Radar Online, Khloe very much wants to make things work with Tristan.
But that's got more to do with her desire for a traditional family situation than with her love for Tristan.
And it sounds as though Khloe is well aware that her experiment might fail in spectacular fashion.
“On one hand, she knows that Tristan is a cheater and that he will probably always be a cheater," a source tells the site.
"She has a hard time believing that he will ever really be faithful to her," the insider adds.
“On the other hand, Khloe wants nothing more than to have this perfect little family."
Fortunately, Khloe is going into this situation with both eyes wide open.
And those closest to the mother of one are highly skeptical and fully prepared for the worst.
"Everyone knows it’s inevitable she will end it eventually,” says the source.
A different insider who spoke with Entertainment Tonight was slightly more optimistic but still extremely wary:
"Khloe and Tristan are still working on things," says the second informant.
"Whatever they decide to do moving forward, it will be whatever is best for their daughter, True."
Ths source adds that Khloe has not relocated to Cleveland permanently and is planning to return to Los Angeles for Kris Jenner's birthday celebration next week.
Will Khloe hunker down with True in Calabasas, forcing Tristan to jet off to SoCal every time he wants to see his daughter?
Only time will tell, but our money is on yes.
Not only does Khloe seem justifiably skeptical about her future with Tristan, we just can't imagine the girl riding out another Cleveland winter.