Farrah Abraham’s Daughter Sophia Appears in New Keek — And She’s Still Using a Binky! (VIDEO)
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Farrah Abraham’s Daughter Sophia Appears in New Keek — And She’s Still Using a Binky! (VIDEO)

Remember back in the ye olden days when Farrah Abraham penned the literary masterpiece known as Passy Perfume? To refresh your memory, the e-book chronicles the story of a little girl who refused to give up her beloved pacifier, aka her passy (just go with it), until her mom offered her a bottle of perfume in exchange for the binky. Honestly, we're surprised Joseph Pulitzer hasn't risen from the dead to hand her a medal.

Apparently, the story was inspired by none other than Farrah's adorable daughter, Sophia, who was 3 and a half at the time. Fast forward almost one year later, and 4-year-old Sophs is still rocking her hot pink passy, despite Farrah's foolproof plan. And naturally, fans are outraged.

The former Teen Mom star posted a new Keek video on October 24 of Sophia getting her stuffed animals ready for Christmas. But in order for Sophs to explain what she's doing, she needs to first remove the binky from her mouth. Unfortunately, it's difficult to understand what she's saying, and many fans speculate that it's due to her excessive pacifier use.

"She's adorable but I can barely understand anything she says … 4 y/o does not need a pacifier still," one comment said. Another fan was more straightforward, writing, "Get the binky out of her mouth for crying out loud!"

Farrah's been candid about her struggle with the binky situation, and we can't imagine things have gotten any easier now that she's a world-famous porn star who spends most her time jet-setting throughout the USoA. After all, being a parent is a full-time job.

Are you outraged that Farrah's daughter still uses a pacifier? Keep in mind she'll be 5 in February! Leave your thoughts in the comments below.

10.24.2013 / 12:00 AM EDT by Lindsay Dreyer
Related: Farrah Abraham, Celebrity Moms & Babies, Gossip, Moms, News, Teen Mom

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