The duo has seriously been living their best life during their Euro trip. Farrah gushed that her daughter was “having the time of her life” at the swanky film festival and added that she was the “best date” on the red carpet. Although the ladies left Italy to spend time in France, they’re making lifelong memories.
Of course, parenting is not easy and Farrah is pretty open when it comes to her struggles as a single mom. She is known for being extremely candid with fans and relatable mommy moments are no exception.
In a vlog on March 19, the Ex on the Beach star divulged that she wants her daughter to take away lessons from her success, but it’s not always easy. “There’s, like, this whole thing where you feel like you’ve shared all that you can share and you feel like you’ve helped all that you can help like with your kids,” the brunette beauty explained while working on a “TV project” with Sophia. “I feel like I’m an amazing mom but here’s the thing.”
Farrah continued, “But I’m, like, wondering to myself, Why is my daughter, like, straight-up … like I wish Sophia all the best, I support her in everything she does, just when you kind of lie about your mom and you’re kind of like, ‘I don’t know how my mom got here, she’s just here, I’m just here …'”
Farrah had a long journey from Teen Mom to the present and wanted Sophia to realize that she’s been hustling to give her a good life. “Just like, we all know that I’ve worked really, really, really hard,” she noted.
“But I’m like, OK, so Sophia totally forgot she’s Italian, totally forgot she travels the world, totally forgot that her mom has a degree in what the focus is, I’m not gonna say, it doesn’t really matter, I guess. Nothing matters! We just all exist,” Farrah said while sounding hurt.
Instead of dwelling, Farrah opened up to her daughter. “But I had, like, a vibe with Soph and I was like, ‘Just so you know,'” she revealed. “I’m, like, I never tell Sophia like, you hurt my feelings, you really have no idea how hard I’ve worked, but today, when she totally forgot, like, all this stuff that I strived through.”
“Through, like, Teen Mom was a show, but I also had a real life,” she acknowledged. “I was hustling, because to me, Teen Mom was just a show, but it’s changed the world. It’s still going and I’m grateful and thankful.”
“So Sophia now has this great opportunity, I love her so much, I’m supporting her in it, and when she was not understanding and not paying tribute or being grateful,” she said. “I think I have a big thing right now about gratitude in my life.”
In the end, Farrah just doesn’t want to spoil Sophia. ““I just don’t want Sophia being entitled, thinking she should just have stuff given,” the star explained. “I think that’s where I was coming from.”