Ever since Kourtney Kardashian announced her engagement to Travis Barker, fans have been speculating about whether the very in love couple might want to add to their family by popping another child out—their first together (Barker has two kids already and Kardashian, 3). But as is the case with any woman’s pregnancy, it’s up to Kardashian to tell us if and when they do expand their family. If and when she wants to! Remember Kylie Jenner managing to go nine-months hiding her pregnancy with Stormi? Iconic behavior. 

Of course, fans will be fans (read: inappropriate) and in a recent pool photo Kardashian posted, one of her followers quickly wrote, “Not to be that girl but…is that a preg belly?” The follower likely didn’t expect a response from Kardashian herself, but shortly after, that’s exactly what she got. “Are we really gonna do this every time I post a photo?” the 42-year-old wrote in reply. 

This is the second time recently that Kardashian has had to respond to pregnancy rumors, the first happening back in August when she posted a mirror selfie in her closet wearing Skims. “SHE’S PREGNANT” a fan wrote underneath. Kardashian replied, actually, “I’m a woman with a BODY.”

Though we should probably refrain from commenting that she’s pregnant on her bikini and topless photos—and make a rule to never do that to anyone, literally ever—the idea of Barker and Kardashian procreating isn’t too farfetched. This is the couple who dated for just a few months before Barker was permanently tattooing himself in tribute to his girlfriend, before proposing a few months later, after all. 

Plus, sources spoken out saying it’s front of mind, too. “They will have a baby together without any doubt, it’s just a matter of when and how,” an insider told Us Weekly recently. “Ideally, Kourtney would like a natural birth. She’s confident it won’t be a problem because she’s always been lucky to conceive naturally and has taken great care of herself physically. … Certainly though, she and Travis want to bring their own child into the picture, and if she can’t conceive, they’ll look at other alternatives.”