Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker kicked off the start of 2022 with a family walk by the beach. On Jan. 2, the Poosh founder shared lovely images of her and her fiancé on Instagram, as they enjoyed the sunset walk with her kids Reign and Penelope.

The first photo shows Barker hugging Kardashian from behind while holding he hand, as the sun sets behind them. Both Kourtney and Barker maintained privacy during the family time by wearing black masks, with Kourtney opting for a ski mask that protected her entire head and only showed her eyes.

In the second photo, the couple can be seen with two of Kourtney’s children with ex Scott Disick, daughter Penelope and son Reign who was in Barker's arms. Her oldest son, Mason, was not included in the photo.

Kourtney also shared on her Instagram Stories some snippets from their New Year family outing, including videos of them as they drove to the beach, basking in the beauty of the waves, and enjoying the sight of sandcastles nearby. She also shared an adorable image of her children watching the sunset together.

While Kourtney did not caption her Instagram post, Barker took a moment to commented on the photos. “Family over everything,” he wrote, before adding a black heart emoji. His fiancée then replied with her own black heart emoji and prayer hands.

Their family snaps are just some of the photos Kourtney has been sharing this holiday season. On New Year’s Eve, she also shared photos of their blended family celebrating the holiday together, including a photo of her and Penelope posing with Barker and his children, Alabama Barker, Landon Barker, and Atiana de la Hoya.

“Twas the night before Christmas,” she captioned her post. In response, Barker wrote, “Everyday is Christmas with all of you.”

The post also included photos of Kourtney’s family, including her sisters Kim, Khloe, and Kendall standing by the Christmas tree.

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SANTA MONICA, CALIFORNIA - NOVEMBER 10: Kourtney Kardashian attends the 2019 E! People's Choice Awards at Barker Hangar on November 10, 2019 in Santa Monica, California. Rodin Eckenroth/WireImage