Before we launch into Farrah Abraham's latest insanity, it's important that we remind you that her daughter, Sophia, is only 7 years old.
Despite that, Sophia works as a model, regularly appears on a reality, has her own social media accounts, and has even partnered with her mother on multiple business ventures.
The most recent is Sophia's children's boutique.
It's not uncommon for celebrities to open side businesses and name them after their offspring, but Farrah says that's not the case here.
No, according to the Teen Mom star, Sophia will be completely running the show when the first Sophia Laurent store opens on November 11.
"[Sophia] will be in charge of hiring, firing, picking the best products and clothing to order for the store,” Farrah said in a recent interview with Radar Online.
“Sophia said she may bring her dog Blue in with her while she works.”
Yeah, that's cute that she's bringing her dog into work and all...
But take a second to imagine how demoralizing it would be to get fired by freakin' second grader.
We're sure Sophia's very nice and perfectly bright for her age, but 7-year-olds aren't generally known for their business acumen or ability to delegate responsibility.
But Farrah doesn't see it that way.
No, for her, being put in charge of a of a staff of grownups is a fun little learning activity for Sophia.
It's like cheerleading, but she has the authority to strip people of their livelihoods.
“Seven years old and a boss #BossBaby more exciting news to come,” Farrah captioned the pic above last week.
Clearly, she's no longer a baby, but she's soon to be a literal boss...
...which is more than a little unsettling.
We're still more than six weeks away from Sophia Laurent's grand opening, but as The Ashley's Reality Roundup points out, the store already has a Yelp page with a description written by someone who seems to have a tenuous grasp on the English language.
We wonder who that could be...
"Sophia Laurent was a born TV star now celebrity whom loves her community and saw a need to bring higher quality clothing lines, accessories and the most innovative new toys and educational games to the community,” wrote someone who's totally not Farrah.
Hit the comments to let us know what you think about a 7-year-old being put in charge of a crew of adults.
And while you're down there keep an eye for any ungrammatical, nonsensical rebukes to this article.
Farrah sometimes likes to anonymously defend herself ... usually very poorly.