“It’s still something very new to me, but having something that gives me the strength and hope to be able to overcome things that were so traumatic in my life, it just says a ton,” the musician said. “She’s definitely that for me. I’m invincible when I’m with her. It’s like I never dreamed, I never even considered flying again.”
At another point in the interview, Travis gushed it’s “so important” for him to spend time with his children, Landon, 17, and Alabama, 15, who he shares with ex-wife Shanna Moakler. He also discussed helping Kourtney’s daughter Penelope, 9, develop a burgeoning love for playing drums.
“You can’t be pushy, but you’re like, ‘Oh, do you want to learn to play something?,'” Travis said about Penelope, one of the three children Kourtney shares with ex Scott Disick. “And she’s always bright-eyed and like, ‘Yes, like I’m so excited to learn how to play.’ So she caught on really quick, like super quick.”