Garrison Brown's Sister Mykelti Is Trying to 'Sit Back and Appreciate' Her 'Blessings' 10 Days After His Death

After Garrison Brown died on March 5 at the age of 25, 'Sister Wives' star Mykelti Brown Padron penned a heartfelt tribute to her half-brother, calling him the "funniest person in the room"

<p>Mykelti Padron/Instagram; Robert Brown/Instagram</p> Mykelti Brown Padron (left) and Garrison Brown

Mykelti Padron/Instagram; Robert Brown/Instagram

Mykelti Brown Padron (left) and Garrison Brown

Mykelti (Brown) Padron is finding comfort in gratitude.

On Thursday, the Sister Wives star, who is the daughter of Christine and Kody Brown, shared an inside look at her family life recently, all in a tone of gratitude. Her Instagram post comes on the heels of brother Garrison Brown’s unexpected death at 25.

“My life is full of beautiful things. My beautiful children. My beautiful house. My beautiful blessings,” she wrote in the caption of her Instagram post. “Sometimes it’s good to sit back and appreciate these Beautiful Things.”

Mykelti added the hashtags: #beautifulthingsthatilove #threeunderthree #blessingsonblessings #twinmom #momwin #playing #toddlertimes.

Alongside the caption, Mykelti shared a video of herself playing with her children.

She also shared a photo of her daughter on Tuesday, writing beside the image: "I appreciate the light and happiness this kid of mine brings to every day of my life. What a blessing to have her around. To have her for comfort and for all the hugs."

Related: Sister Wives' Garrison Brown Dead at 25

On March 5, Garrison was found dead in his Flagstaff, Arizona home by his brother, Gabe Brown. Lieutenant Charles M. Hernandez II of the Flagstaff Police Department told PEOPLE that officers responded to a report of a death inside a home and said Garrison was found dead following an apparent suicide.

Garrison’s parents, Kody and Janelle Brown, later confirmed his death on social media. "Kody and I are deeply saddened to announce the loss of our beautiful boy Robert Garrison Brown. He was a bright spot in the lives of all who knew him. His loss will leave such a big hole in our lives that it takes our breath away. We ask that you please respect our privacy and join us in honoring his memory,” they shared on their individual Instagram pages.

Related: Sister Wives: Garrison Brown's Sister Maddie Honors Brother After Death Saying 'Grief Is Just Love'

<p>TLC</p> Garrison Brown and Janelle Brown on 'Sister Wives'


Garrison Brown and Janelle Brown on 'Sister Wives'

Family members confirmed they gathered for a private viewing days after his death. Following the somber gathering, Mykelti penned a touching tribute to Garrison on social media.

Beside two quotes about pain and experiencing love, Mykelti wrote, "My heart breaks for my brother who’s no longer with us but it rejoices knowing he’s with his fellow warriors in Valhalla drinking and fighting with Odin."

"I hope he is loving his place amongst the stars," she continued. "Garrison was always the funniest person in the room. He was one cool dude and I cry so much because my [kids] will never be able to experience his fun presence. But he will live on in all my families memories. Have fun up with the stars little bro, you’re missed."

Sister Wives fans have also banded together since the tragedy to offer donations in Garrison’s name to High Country Humane Society and Ark Cat Sanctuary — the places Garrison adopted his three loved cats from. High Country Humane reports receiving over $13,000 in donations.

Related: Sister Wives' Garrison Brown's Family Gathered for Private Viewing 4 Days After His Death

Mom Janelle later shared gratitude for the gestures of kindness. “I have been brought to tears again. I’m being told about everyone’s donations to @highcountryhumane @arkcatsancutary in Garrison’s name,” she wrote on Instagram. “Thank you for all your generosity. It means so much. The cats he adopted from both agencies were so important to him. He loved being a cat dad.”

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