"Teen Mom" Farrah Abraham is moving on with her life. As fans of the show know, the young mom had been checking out different states to live in -- seemingly to get away from her parents.
Now, it turns out it may not be just her parents she's leaving behind, but baby daughter Sophia as well.
On Tuesday's episode of "Teen Mom," Farrah revealed that she had been accepted into a culinary program in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Her mother, Debra, offered to continue to care for the toddler at home in Iowa while Farrah pursued an education. Though Farrah may have cried that "I would never leave my daughter," she did just that, according to her interview with Life & Style.
"I want (Debra) to be there for Sophia when I need to take care of my responsibilities, my education and earning an income for both of us," Farrah told Life & Style.
But it was no easy decision for her to make Debra the little girl's primary caregiver. "I'm tugged in many different ways daily -- but I don't want to limit myself or Sophia," Farrah told the magazine.
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