Not again. There could be a second child on the way for Farrah Abraham, but she's not pregnant.
The highly controversial "Teen Mom" star took to Instagram this week to speak about her love of family and children. In doing so, she's mentioned that she's pondering another addition to her household that already includes 6-year-old daughter Sophia.
While posting a photo of herself with a smiley face drawn on her hand, she wrote, "Let's embrace the power and beauty that family brings with adoption. There are over 145 million orphans in the world. I grew up with all my neighbors being adopted and in foster care and I've seen it mean the world to them to have loving and caring homes 'a family.'"
And then, she said it…
"I hope soon Sophia and I can make a world of difference by bringing home a baby brother or sister for Sophia," she wrote. "I always have been passionate about adoption as it means so much to me, my family, my community, my church and my heart thank you to all the parents who have adopted and to all the amazing children with their loving families. God Bless."
Naturally, critics blasted her for her remarks, with many claiming her mothering skills to Sophia aren't exactly up to par.
She even added a little fuel to the baby fire by donning a shirt that referenced how long a baby is traditionally in a woman's womb.
"Nine months from now the only thing I'm expecting is to be more awesome," the shirt said.
In posting the Instagram snap of her with the shirt, used the hashtag "#ThXBirthControl," and captioning the image, "Healthy kids. Happy parents. Stable families. Say it with me! @MTV #TeenMomOG proud of all the young adults and parents who are making wise choices."
"Stable" isn't usually a word that fans associate with Farrah. She's been in an on-again-off-again relationship with boyfriend, Simon Saran, and she's often on the road tending to personal appearance duties, many of them tied to her adult film, "Farrah Superstar: Backdoor Teen Mom," her erotic novels and and her line of adult toys.
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