People have been following Khloe Kardashian and her new boyfriend Tristan Thompson’s relationship since they confirmed that they were dating, but the “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” star says there’s not much to watch out for in their relationship.

Speaking to Us Weekly, the reality star described what she and Thompson usually do during date nights.

“I’m a homebody, so for me it’s just, like, chill and watching TV and having a drink,” Kardashian said. “It’s like intimate one-on-one time. … I’m more of an at-home person. [We like to] just chill at home. That’s really what we do, mellow. We’re not exciting. I feel like people think I’m, like, wild and like hanging from chandeliers.”

Kardashian has not spoken much about her current relationship, but she did hint that Thompson “excites” her. In a post on her website, which was released shortly after a confirmation that she is dating the Cleveland Cavaliers cager got out, Kardashian dished out dating advice she would give her younger self.

“You should never feel obligated to go out with someone,” the reality star said.

Kardashian and Thompson have been seeing each other for a couple of months now. A source close to the couple confirmed that they are “full-on dating” in late September. The relationship is still new, but Kardashian’s mother, Kris Jenner, appears to approve of it.  In an interview with Entertainment Tonight, Jenner said she has already met Thompson and “he’s great.” She also said the baller and her daughter “look cute together.” She added that she just wants to see her daughter happy, and it looks like she is.

The couple appears to be in a great place. The two have also reportedly settled the issue about Thompson fathering a child with his ex-girlfriend Jordan Craig.

“Tristan told Khloe about the baby,” a source reportedly said. “He’s happy about it.”

Kardashian and Thompson started dating in late August.

Khloe Kardashian Khloe Kardashian will be celebrating Valentine's Day at home with Tristan Thompson. Pictured: Khloe Kardashian at the Good American launch in Los Angeles on Oct. 18, 2016. Photo: Getty Images/Alberto E. Rodriguez