Back in March, Grey’s Anatomy announced on the long-running series. The producers opted to not renew the contracts of Jessica Capshaw and Sarah Drew, and instead decided to tie up their storylines—and emotionally wreck fans in the process.
Since then, Drew to be fired from the show, even comparing it to “.” And she recently revealed even her kids noticed how sad she was to leave her Grey’s family.
When she was hosting an event in Los Angeles on Tuesday, Drew said she “definitely did some crying” after getting fired, and her 3-year-old daughter, Hannah Mali Rose, noticed she was sad. So she had to explain to little Hannah why she was sad to leave, reported.
"[I said], 'Mommy is really close to this community that she has been part of for nine years and it has been so hard to say goodbye and it’s sad,'" she said, "'And sometimes jobs don’t last and things don’t go the way you want them to go, and that’s okay because there is something bigger and better around the corner.'"
The incident taught her to show Hannah and her son, Micah Emmanuel, that it’s okay to feel sad sometimes. “We are allowed to feel what we need to feel — it’s a big thing I try to tell my kids: Do not stuff those feelings,” she said. “Especially my son — I just want to encourage him to be able to feel, especially as a little boy growing into a man. I want him to not feel shame in feeling things.”
It’s a great lesson, especially when they grow up, watch back episodes of Grey’s, and feel all the feelings like the rest of us.