'Teen Mom' Farrah Abraham's 7-Year-Old Daughter Sophia Is Opening Her Own Children's Boutique

Farrah Abraham's 7-year-old daughter Sophia takes her love of fashion to a whole new level.

Farrah Abraham is proud of her "#BossBaby."

The 25-year-old Teen Mom star shared video on Tuesday of her 7-year-old daughter, Sophia, standing in front of a store bearing her name. Farrah revealed that her only child will be opening a children's boutique located in Lakeway, Texas.

"Awhhh! #ProudMom so happy & excited for my little lady's @sophialabraham #childrensboutique," Farrah captioned the video on Instagram. "7 years old & a boss #BossBaby. More exciting news to come."

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A pic of Sophia outside of the storefront reading "Sophia Laurent" was also posted on Sophia's verified Instagram account.

"Big day, my store sign got put up today! So excited 'til opening," the caption reads.

According to the store's Instagram page, Sophia Laurent Children's Boutique will sell toys and designer clothing for newborns and children up to 12 years old.

"Must have #emojis @sophialabraham picking out the next order at #dallasmarket," one post reads, featuring Sophia standing next to bright yellow emoji pillows.

This isn't the first time Farrah's made headlines when it comes to her daughter. The reality star was slammed in August for posting a bikini pic of Sophia to promote the season premiere of Teen Mom OG on MTV, which some fans found inappropriate.

And last July, Farrah raised eyebrows when she showed she wasn't hurting in the cash department, gifting Sophia with $600 from the "Tooth Fairy" after she lost her two front teeth.

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Farrah claimed that she had "surpassed" Kim Kardashian's success in March, three years after her own sex tape -- Farrah Superstar: Backdoor Teen Mom -- was released.

"I think I've surpassed her in some aspects," Farrah said on the Nik Richie Podcast. "Then again, I conduct myself and my brand in a different way. I'm on a very different journey. So I think I'm doing very well, if not better."

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