Two months after Bobbi Kristina Brown was found unresponsive in her bathtub at her home in Roswell, Georgia on Jan. 31, her condition remains unchanged. However, the Brown family has reportedly “all cried out” and members are now getting along with each other.

"It's quiet and peaceful," a family source told the People magazine, adding: "The family has brought some things from home for her. Not much – just a few things, like a blanket and some pictures." 

The shock of the incident has reportedly worn off for the family, but it still hopes that Bobbi Kristina will get better. Aunt Pat Houston and husband Gary reportedly visit her on a daily basis. The 22-year-old is currently staying in a private room at Dekalb Medical facility in Atlanta, where she was moved on March 28. She is being treated in a medically induced coma and is on life support. Her father Bobby Brown, who is said to be a regular visitor, is taking all the medical decisions.

"Everyone's all cried out by now," the family source reportedly said, adding: "We love her and want her to recover."

Bobbi Kristina’s boyfriend Nick Gordon is under investigation for his involvement in the incident. Gordon, who has not been allowed to visit Bobbi Kristina, is currently in a drug rehabilitation program after he portrayed an unstable behavior on the March 11 show of Dr. Phil.

Meanwhile, aunt Leolah Brown had claimed that Pat had “a lot to do” with Bobbi Kristina’s current condition and called her a “manipulator" and "a money-hungry beast." Leolah said she does not trust Pat, who manages Whitney Houston’s $20 million estate.

"I believe that she has a lot to do with it. Whether it be her actual hand, I can't say that right now," Leolah reportedly said, adding: "But I hold her accountable for what happened to my niece, Bobbi Kristina, because of what knowledge I have of her.”

"It was someone's intention to put [Bobbi Kristina] where she is right now. That I do believe," she said.