It looks like Farrah Abraham isn't letting any Teen Mom OG drama get in the way of her happiness! Though the reality star was given the boot from the show due to her dabbling in the adult film industry, she didn't seem to have a care in the world as she and 9-year-old daughter Sophia vacationed in Fiji.
The star shared tons of photos and videos on her Instagram from their tropical trip as they learned "Fiji native dances," visited local villages, and went kayaking in the waters. The pair enjoyed their vacation so much that Farrah called the island her "second home."
The getaway also had a special meaning for the mother-daughter duo as they visited a lily pond and remembered the life of Sophia's late father, Derek Underwood. "In remembrance of Sophia’s father Derek Underwood, May 8, we remember our heartfelt love, memories, and joy on his birthday that only Derek could bring. Blessed this year to be in such a magical place of Fiji where... [the] picturesque views remind me of [the] wonderful memories I share with Sophia about her father and how they have so many similarities and enjoy [the] same adventurous activities," Farrah gushed in an Instagram video.
"Derek is with Sophia every day watching over her and we're so blessed as we always continue to share his loving memory no matter where we are in the world with freedom, love, and God," Farrah continued. "We’re so blessed... I see how wonderful it is to support, nurture, and love our past memories and connect and be present with the love of Daddy Derek with us in spirit in our every day now."
The sweet tribute is a change of pace for Farrah, as she's recently been slammed for letting Sophia go on Instagram Live unsupervised and allowing her to watch as she received butt injections. But despite the criticism, Farrah has no regrets when it comes to her parenting style or the time she spent in front of the camera.
"I just feel proud of me standing up and just keeping in mind every other woman, every other experience, everybody who is in the LGBTQ community who has shared about me doing what is right, always trying to choose and make the right choices, navigating my life," she said of her time on the reality show. "I'm happy that I didn't let people break me from my core, which I felt this production was doing and many people around me."
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