Would you wax your three-year-old’s unibrow?

‘Teen Mom’ star Farrah Abraham has a serious problem. The young mother is under fire today after a blog post she wrote about her three-year-old daughter’s unibrow. Isn’t that awful?

“So here I am faced with a standout historical moment in motherhood when I can confirm to myself that my little, adorable,most cuddle-able cutie, baby girl has a Unibrow,” she writes of daughter Sophia on her Sulia blog.

“I felt bad for her so I told sophia of the little issue on her brow, and I showed her how I waxed mine off, so I tryed [sic] to wax her,” Farrah continues.

But then, “the second a dab hit the Uni, she touch it with the towel she had in her hand. UHHH so now, wax was in the towel, and I yanked it back ASAP, but fuzz was not stuck to the wax stuck to her Uni,” Abrams writes. “OMG moment, So now sophia was freaking out, so I had to act like it was a cool science project to get the wax off.”

So what did she do then? Well, the only thing she could, naturally. She tweezed her daughter while she slept. ”I got my tweezers and Pluck-pluck-pluck,” says Abrahms. “The next morning I showed her and told her how well she did and she didn’t even know, She was more intrigued now to be ok with upkeeping her non-unibrow. I could tell she was proud.”

She finished the blog post by saying, “Ah I feel like a good mom:)”

Commentors on the post didn’t agree with the “good mom” sentiment.  ”Is this a joke? You attempted to wax your THREE YEAR OLD’S unibrow?! And then proceeded to tweeze it? Wow. Now that is parenting at its finest,” wrote one.

“You are teaching a three year old that there is something wrong with her. You should be raising up your child’s self esteem not beating it down, she will have enough people in her life do that,” posted another.

I think this is one of the more awful things I’ve read when it comes to these Teen Mom’s. How AWFUL, how unbelievably horrible that she would try and wax her three-year-old daughter’s eyebrows. This really disgusts me.

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