Chrisley Kids, Grayson Chrisley, and his older sister Savannah Chrisley talked about parents Todd and Julie Chrisley’s Prison Time.
As we know parents of Grayson, Todd, and Julie Chrisley began their prison sentences for their financial crimes in the month of January, and that is why Grayson Chrisley and his sister are having a hard time.
On Tuesday’s episode of Unlocked With Savannah Chrisley, 16 years old Grayson opened up about his older sister Savannah Chrisley.
He said, “I struggle going back to back weeks because I’m in that mood… and then I go and start it all over again. You never really get out of it, “some days or weeks are harder than others.”
25 years old Savannah reveals her feeling and said, “renewed after going and seeing” Brother Grayson replied, “I do, but I also don’t at the same time.”
He shared that the two siblings sometimes “split up” when they discussed visiting their parents. “It’s not that I don’t want to go, but I’m also 17,” he explained.
Savannah replied, “I think that’s a hard balance that we have yet to find. But then it’s also hard because there’s some weekends you don’t want to go, but then the hard part is when you don’t go, our schedules don’t align.”
“And then you don’t see one of them for three or four weeks and then you’re struggling because you haven’t seen him for that long.”
Savannah’s brother said, “It’s like, you’re damned if you do, damned if you don’t,”
“Which is tough because no one should ever be put in that position,” Savannah replied.
“It’s also hard because they tell you you gotta live your life,” Grayson recalled of his parents. “‘You’re 17 years old. You can’t spend every weekend going.’ And then when you don’t go, you still feel bad even though they said that – even though you know they understand.”
Savannah said, “We do try to make the most of it like especially when going to see Dad… In other trips, we’ll go do something fun. We’ll go out to eat.”
Grayson said, “Seeing Mom’s not the hard part. Seeing Dad’s the hard part because it’s all weekend,” Savannah replied, “it’s hard because he is so far away,”
“For me, the hard part is I know how much they’ve sacrificed for us. So why can’t we sacrifice now for them?” she continued.
When an interviewer asked how not to become bitter, Grayson said, “I don’t know if it’s possible. I don’t think it is… There is always going to be a part of you that is bitter.”
Grayson added, “There’s no way around it. “It’s gonna suck for as long as they’re there.”