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Drew Sidora Says She "Should Have Been Involved" in Her Family's "Train Wreck" Move
The RHOA newbie explained why her husband Ralph's gesture of packing up the "whole entire house" while she was in South Carolina didn't go as planned.
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Moving is no easy feat, so it sure seemed like a sweet deal when Drew Sidora’s husband, Ralph Pittman, let her know that the “whole entire house” was packed up while she was on a trip to South Carolina with The Real Housewives of Atlanta ladies. Although Ralph was eager to let Drew know that he had taken care of everything on the February 14 episode, it was clear that she was feeling left out of the situation. Drew opened up about the deeper reason she wasn’t thrilled to be left out of the moving process on the February 27 episode of The Daily Dish podcast, which you can listen to, below.
“You know, it was like that bittersweet thing,” Drew explained. “[Ralph] is a great guy, right. But at the same time, think about like, I’ve been an independent woman. I’ve been acting my whole life. I’ve been able to take care of myself. And now, it’s like, I’m about to do these monumental things with my partner like buy a house, and I was not at part of that process.”
“I want to be involved. I want to have a seat at the table. I want to have a voice. And so the one thing I was holding onto is I’m gonna move us. Like, I got this part,” Drew continued. “I got the movers. I got the kids. I want to pack my own sh-t. Like, I want to make sure we don’t forget anything, and so that was one thing I wanted to be a part of. Like, we’re buying this house together. Let’s do this together.”
Drew went on to explain that being left out made her feel like “one of the kids almost.” On top of the emotional side of the situation, she also noted that things were not necessarily done to her standards.
“The move was a train wreck,” she said. “I should have been involved. It was a fail, you know. It took us three weeks to move over that period because its as like, he didn’t do everything in one swoop. The new owners are like, ‘Uh, can you come get the rest of your stuff? There’s artwork still on the wall, like you left stuff in the garage.’ They were bringing stuff to our house, they’re like, ‘Here’s your sh-t. You didn’t get everything,’ and I just felt like I could have done a better job.”
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