Teresa Giudice and her husband Joe are checking some things off the to-do list before they go to prison. Teresa’s sentence starts on Jan. 5, but she is spending quality time with her family first. Both parents were seen at their daughter Gia’s performance in Freehold, N.J., Us Weekly reports.

Gia, 13, played two songs with her girl group 3KT at iPlay America on Dec. 26. They had an audience of about 40 people, which included Teresa and Joe as well as their daughter Gabriella, 10. Also reportedly in attendance was a camera crew. This contradicts reports that Teresa would not appear on "Real Housewives Of New Jersey" Season 7 before going to prison.

That was just the latest bonding session Gia has had with her parents. The performance was just a couple days after Gia tweeted pictures with her parents on Christmas Eve.

According to “Real Housewives Of New Jersey” co-star Amber Marchese, Giudice has been mostly focused on her four children. “She’s blocking the world out and concentrating on her kids,” Marchese told Radar Online. “I just send her a text once in a while to make sure she’s okay. She’s private right now and I wouldn’t expect anything different.”

However she has been spending some time with her “RHONJ” cast mates. Teresa Aprea posted a picture on Instagram over the weekend with Guidice and Nicole Napolitano by a fire pit with a few drinks during a ski trip.

It seems that if Teresa is indeed filming the Bravo reality show, she may be followed by cameras until she is behind bars. This could be part of her alleged plan to make money for her family as long as she can. “Teresa’s working right up to the end. She’s trying to make deals so there can still be an income while she’s away, with different endorsements,” a source told Hollywood Life.

Teresa will serve her 15-month sentence at a prison camp in Danbury, C.T. starting Jan. 5. The judge allowed Teresa and her husband to serve their sentences separately so their children would be looked after. After Teresa is released, Joe will serve his 41-month sentence for fraud.