“My heart hurts not to be with them today.”
Jana Kramer feels emotional as she celebrates her first Thanksgiving without her children.
On Thursday, the actress took to Instagram to open up about spending her first vacation away from her kids after her divorce from Mike Caussin. Kramer – who shares daughter Jolie at 5 and son Jace at 2 with Caussin – posted a cute photo of herself holding hands with her children, as well as two other photos of her children.
Jana Kramer says it can be ‘very difficult’ to be with ex-husband Mike Caussin
“Happy Thanksgiving 🖤. I am more than grateful for my beautiful babies,” Kramer, 37, wrote in the caption of the post. “My heart hurts not to be with them today and I have a feeling whether it’s the first holiday apart or the 30th that will always hurt my heart … BUT how grateful I am and grateful that I am their mother. “
“Think of all the others who have a ‘first’ vacation with loss or missing or just a hard time,” she added. “Let it out, and then let’s eat and drink our emotions 😂😂.”
The country singer also took to her Instagram stories to share more thoughts. Kramer posted videos of herself lying on the couch while talking about being separated from her children on Thanksgiving.
“Happy Thanksgiving,” said Kramer, who seemed visibly emotional. “The first without the children. [I] knew it was going to be tough. The rain outside is not helping. “
“But I’m going to finish it,” she continued, making a movement in her face, “go for a run and count my blessings, for there is much to be thankful for. But I also think it’s okay to feel the feelings. …. “.. I think it’s okay to show emotion.”
“Holidays are not always easy for everyone, especially if you have the first one,” Kramer added.
Back in April, Kramer filed for divorce from Caussin after a couple of cheating scandals he admitted, along with his sex abuse diagnosis. The former couple ended their divorce in June.
While speaking with Us Weekly last month, the “Welcome Home Christmas” star opened up a bit about being with her Caussin and the struggles she goes through trying to navigate the sometimes difficult waters.
“It’s very difficult. I have no problem saying, like the other day, that I did not do it perfectly. I was sorry and I thought, ‘I did not want this. I did not ask for this, ‘”Kramer told the publication, sometimes saying that her children miss their father. “My children [were] crying for him. And I called and apparently left them FaceTime, but I was also just like, ‘This is just so not fair’, you know? Then I have to own it and be like: ‘I’m sorry, it’s a tough situation’ ‘.
Although the kids have mostly made the transition well, there are good and bad days. The “Voices” singer explained that “Jolie is doing great in kindergarten” and “Jace is slowly getting better with the transition.” She added: “Transition days are tough, but it can be expected.”
“It’s hard, but every time he says, ‘Call Dad, [I do]”,” said Kramer. “Mike and I have a great relationship and we’re doing really well as parents.”
“I never wanted it to be in this situation, it’s important to know that we are better off and to own when frustrations arise,” she continued. “It’s hard, but the kids deserve that we’re happy around each other because that’s what they deserve. So I just bite my lip a lot.”
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