Farrah Abraham Says Daughter Is Insecure And She Values How Farrah Has "Done Her Look"

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Farrah Abraham revealed recently that her daughter, Sophia, 6, is feeling insecure after losing her teeth.

In a highly-spread photo on Twitter, Farrah Abraham appears to have given her daughter $600 in cash and various other pricey-looking items in an effort at playing tooth fairy.

However, it doesn't seem to have been enough to buy Sophia some healthy self-image.

Farrah Abraham said of her daughter, “My little Sophia, she's been going through a hard time right now losing all of her teeth, and she's not really so secure."

She added, "I think it's really a struggle losing your teeth right now when everyone's looking at looks. So, she lost her first big tooth, and she's just like, 'Mommy, I want teeth like yours!' and I've had my teeth cosmetically done, so they're looking pretty perfect.”

This is painful, right? Well, it seems Farrah Abraham's path of finding (still looking for) self-worth could possibly become her daughter's.

Recently, Farrah Abraham stated that if her daughter wants to get plastic surgery, just like Mama, she would be fine with it.

Farrah Abraham said, “You'll see that my daughter does value how I've done my look and invested in myself, and I feel like if [plastic surgery is] not harming her and making her look better, and keeping her healthy into her older years, I have no issues with that.”

Farrah Abraham then added that she was going to help her daughter feel good about herself, no matter what she looks like on the outside.

Just kidding.

Farrah Abraham actually said, “I’m going to be supportive [of plastic surgery] because it hurts me to see my daughter worrying about her looks, even while she's losing her teeth right now, so that's sad.”

What do you think about Farrah Abraham's statements on her daughter's looks and her $600 tooth fairy gift?

Lacy Langley
Lacy is a writer from Texas. She likes spending time in the home office, homeschooling her kids, playing the didgeridoo, caring for her chickens (Thelma and Louise), Rolos, Christmas, and Labyrinth.