Farrah Abraham Reveals How She's Spending the Holidays With Her Daughter

For many, the holidays are a super busy time. The same goes for Farrah Abraham and her daughter, Sophia Laurent Abraham, who are going to be traveling and visiting family around Christmas.

“Sophia and I are excited to have family visit us in Hollywood and go see our family in the Midwest!” the 28-year-old exclusively revealed to Life & Style. “Sophia loves visiting her grandparents in Kansas City and visiting her dad’s cemetery.”

Not only will the duo be traveling in the states, but they’re also planning a trip to the Middle East for New Years. “Then, we jet off to Dubai for some indoor skiing, the Burj Khalifa Firework Show and Wild Wadi Park!”

The Teen Mom alum and her mini-me will be doing it big throughout December, because why not? “In between, we’re celebrating Christmas all month long [with] gingerbread houses and much more on our YouTube channel!” she added. “It’s the season to fit it all in with family and friends!”

If you keep up with Farrah, then you can tell she always keeps busy. The former reality star is always out and about whether she’s with Sophia or with friends. Additionally, she loves flaunting her body, so it’s almost impossible not to notice that she works hard to maintain her figure.

Farrah is often spotted at the beach flaunting her curves or sometimes even casually walking around topless, as she was seen back in May grabbing some In-N-Out. While many may disagree with Farrah’s lifestyle, her mom, Debra Danielsen is nothing but supportive. When a fan questioned Debra’s parenting, the 62-year-old responded in the best way.

“Honest question: Does it make you feel like you failed as a mom knowing Farrah is selling her body in foreign lands for money?” the person commented in June. “I don’t think it’s your fault, but I can’t imagine if my daughter chose this as a profession.I wish she could realize money is not that important in the grand scheme of things. [Neither] is being famous or relevant. I wish she would realize this and turn her life around. If not for her, for her daughter.”

Debra replied, “Not all all. God gave us each free will. I don’t do anything but what God puts in my heart. Love, empathy and wisdom are very important in life.” Well said!