Farrah Abraham is so worried that other kids are jealous of her "gorgeous" model daughter Sophia, she says homeschooling her is likely.
Let's all sit back and imagine that just for a moment:
Farrah Abraham educating another human being.
Disturbing as that sounds, we live in a free society. One in which the Teen Mom OG star says is full of people who "wish they had her life."
"Right now, with how she's going and how successful she is and how the kids wish they had her life," Farrah says, she is sooo worried.
"I am truthfully like, 'Oh my God, she is going to experience more jealousy than I ever encountered when she's in high school.'"
"I'm thinking maybe I should do homeschooling when she gets to a certain age because I know she's going to be so smart."
Maybe from her dad's side? (Sorry.)
"And she's gorgeous, she's everything I could have ever asked for in a child," Abraham adds of her progeny, the embodiment of perfection.
Of course, being perfect has its challenges: "Getting through that when you're in high school just means drama with everyone."
As you know if you watch Teen Mom OG online, or follow her on social media, or read any celebrity gossip, Farrah's parenting is ... suspect.
Whether she's using Sophia in a bikini to promote the MTV show, or shilling for her modeling career, social media outrage is a given.
While some fans defended Farrah, others say she is "exploiting" and "sexualizing" her child by steering her toward child model stardom.
One user on Instagram echoed the sentiments of many, worrying that the image may be used by the wrong people for the wrong reasons:
"Farrah, Sophia is a beautiful kid, just let her be and find out what she wants before trying so hard to [make] her into what you want."
Abraham takes it all in stride, insisting that she and Sophia are "in a super great place" and that the detractors are just being haters.
"I always try to be very connected with her and be the best mom that I can be," she says, at least claiming some level of self-awareness.
"We have a better communication than my mom and I ever had, and as she gets older we'll be able to talk and stay close rather than argue and fight."
Strong communication skills or not, Farrah has certainly been trying to help little Sophia grow her fashion career left and right these days.
The 25-year-old reality star says her seven-year-old was born to work in this biz: "What I'm most proud of is Sophia is really into fashion."
"She's opening up her own Sophia Laurent boutique store. She's mentioned in New York Fashion Week. She's in children model magazines."
"I'm so proud of Sophia and that doesn't even really impact her real life. She's just been so successful on her own so that's just awesome."
While both lead very busy lives - Farrah says Sophia has her own life and she has hers - she says she's keen to have more kids.
That pit in your stomach is not just you, trust us.
Fortunately (we think), she's not planning on getting down and dirty with Simon Saran - the single mom wants to adopt a second child.
"We initially were going to do this before we started stores, and now the stores have turned into a second child for me!" Farrah said.
"I don't really have a specific timeline for it anymore, because I feel like I barely have time to sleep right now."
"But I just know that Sophia is really wanting to have a sibling, and she's so open to the adoption process."
"So we'll be fully into it when the time is right."
At this point, what else is there to say, honestly?
With every passing day, Farrah baffles us beyond comprehension, which is fine, but now a young, impressionable mind is at risk.
Obviously, Abraham's judgment has been less than stellar, but we hope that as Sophia grows up and matures, so will her mom.
Otherwise, get ready for more gems like this: