Savannah Chrisley Dishes On Advice Dad Todd Gave On Raising Her Brother And Niece

Chrisley Family news reveals that Savannah Chrisley said her father Todd Chrisley has given her some parenting advice since he and his wife Julie Chrisley began their respective prison sentences last month. Continue reading and we’ll give you the low down.

Chrisley Family News – Savannah Learns To Raise Kids, While Barely An Adult

Chrisley Family News reveals that, according to Daily Mail, Savannah, 25, opened up on Tuesday, January 31 episode of her Unlocked with Savannah Chrisley podcast. The Chrisley Knows Best alum revealed struggled she’s going through learning to raise her brother Grayson, 16, and 10-year-old niece Chloe since her parents, Todd, 53, and Julie, 50, started serving their sentences in federal prisons last month.

“It’s been hard – it’s been hard to understand, to process and also help two kids process what’s been going on in our life,” the Growing Up Chrisley star revealed, describing her past week as the toughest one of her life.

Savannah Chrisley – More Like Her Mom than She Realizes

Savannah revealed that her younger brother, Grayson, had a breakdown and that she had “felt defeated” while preparing to take Chloe to visit Todd and Julie in prison. “I don’t feel adequate enough for this job,’ Savannah said, adding that she finds ‘the strength to get through it and do it.”

Referencing her mother Julie, Savannah said, “I am not my mother, which I wish I was – because she is the kindest, most loving, most amazing human being I’ve ever met. I always said if I could be half of her, I would be okay. I guess in moments like these, I realize I’m more like my mom than I realize because I’m getting through it.”

Todd Chrisley To Savannah, ‘Give Yourself Some Grace’

Savannah explained that she emailed her dad about her “crappy day” and his response was encouraging. In Todd’s responding email Savannah said he told her,

Savannah said that she emailed her father about her ‘crappy day,’ and he responded with an encouraging message. “I want you to give yourself some grace. Fall in love with the real Savannah, the one that I raised that radiates a room with her kindness and compassion. Not the one the world wants to see.”

Todd’s message continues, “Remember, to gain the world and lose your soul, then what do you have? I’ve never been more proud of you and the woman you’re becoming. You’ve been cast in the fire and what God burns off will allow you to shine brighter than gold.”

Todd was sentenced to 12 years in federal prison and his wife Julie received seven years with both set to serve 16 months of supervised release following their release.

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