Tristan Thompson is doing his best to "step up" and be a good dad.
An insider close to the professional basketball player spilled to The Sun that the father-of-2 is eager for his kids to be close with each other.
Now that 3-year-old True — shared with ex Khloé Kardashian — and 4-year-old Prince — shared with Jordan Craig — are getting older, he is actively trying to schedule more joint play dates between the two little ones to help foster a close brother-sister bond.
"I think it's like, once a month, Tristan takes the two kids for a 'Daddy day,'" the insider spilled. "He wants them to be close as they grow up and to be able to spend time with both kids together."
Despite his best intentions, the sourced admitted that "it doesn't always work out" when it comes to balancing both his and his baby mamas' busy schedules, but having the kids spend as much time together as possible is still "the plan."
"At present, I think he has Prince for one weekend a month, and then also the deal is one time during the week, again, it doesn't always happen," they dished to the outlet. "He didn't really see Prince when he was a baby much, there were a lot of rows back in those years, and media headlines re him cheating on Khloe with Jordan."
The insider continued: "But since he's been living in California and now True is getting older and wants to know her brother, it's like Tristan has stepped it up."
This comes after OK! reported that the basketball star is still trying to shoot his shot with the Keeping Up with the Kardashians alum.
Sources say he has been "begging Khloé to take him back," and otherwise been on his "best behavior" around the reality star.
"Tristan is around way more than before — he's doing all the classes with True, doing the family dinners and is a very present dad," spilled a source. "He's 100% co-parenting and there for everything."