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'Teen Mom' Farrah Abraham Attends School In Florida, Leaves Sophia In Iowa

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Farrah Abraham left Sophia in Iowa while she attends college in Florida.

This may or may not come as a shocker, but Teen Mom Farrah Abraham has gone off to school in Florida and left her daughter Sophia in Iowa with Abraham’s mother, Debra Danielson.

Aside of feelings about parent-child separation, the reason this comes as a shock is because Farrah threw an emotional fit on this week’s episode of Teen Mom when her mother even suggested leaving Sophia in Iowa. Farrah acted as if it was the most ludicrous thought anyone could ever think.

But here we are, months down the line and Farrah has gone against her original wishes.

“I want her [Sophia's grandmother] to be there for Sophia when I need to take care of my responsibilities,” the reality TV star tells Life & Style magazine. “[Such as] my education and earning an income for both of us.”

And even though she thinks it’s the right decision now, she often analyzes her decision.

“I’m tugged in many different ways daily,” she admits. “But I don’t want to limit myself or Sophia.”

How do you feel about Farrah leaving Sophia in Iowa while she obtains her education?

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[Photos via Twitter.]

Is Farrah Abraham working to be on the next list of Hollywood’s Smartest Parents?

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