It sounds like Alex Rodriguez knows who he is spending the holidays with.
"It’s like they’re one big happy family when they’re together," an insider told Us Weekly. According to the insider, the former baseball shortstop and Scurtis' husband Angel Nicolas get along "well."
"[The men’s] relationship has turned into a friendship — they support each other. There’s no bad blood there," the source added.
The blended family "all plan on spending Christmas together," the source said. They celebrated Thanksgiving together last month. After the former MLB player and Lopez called off their engagement, he has been "in the picture a lot more now."
"He’s single and isn’t in a committed relationship so he has more downtime — and [he] genuinely enjoys hanging out with his family," the insider spilled. The source noted that whenever the businessman is doing "something fun" he "usually" asks his ex-wife and his daughters to join him.
"Alex and Cynthia coparent really well. They’re in a good place," the source noted. "Alex is a hands-on dad and his girls will always be his No. 1."
The former flames tied the knot in 2002 but divorced in 2008. They share daughters Natasha, 17, and Ella, 13.
Rodriguez and the "Jenny From The Block" singer announced their split in April. Lopez has since reconnected with her ex-fiancé Ben Affleck.
Meanwhile, an OK! insider revealed that the Gone Girl actor will be spending Christmas with the Hustlers star and his ex-wife Jennifer Garner.
"Christmas is all about the kids. Despite being totally opposites, Jennifer Garner and Jennifer Lopez have bonded over the children," the source explained. "It might sound strange to spend the holidays with your ex-husband's new girlfriend, but Jennifer doesn’t care what other people think."
"If the kids can get along then why can’t the parents?" the source added. "I doubt you are ever going to see Jennifer pop up in a J.LO music video or hanging out at a Versace fashion show together. Just like the chances of J.LO baking cookies with Jennifer before heading to book club together is very unlikely."