They also have a set number of photos they need to get to sponsors in a day.
Stauffer explained to BuzzFeed that on an average day she has to take x amount of pictures for sponsors, but also takes normal photos so the feed doesn’t feel too branded.
A shoot typically doesn't take longer than 15 minutes.
And sometimes, it can only take 5 or so minutes. It all depends on how cooperative Stauffer’s children are being.
People are very invested in the life of Mila and her sister, Emma.
According to BuzzFeed, one woman told Stauffer that a video of Mila helped keep her from committing suicide. They’ve done paid partnerships with tons of companies like Amazon and Duracell.
They even have meet-and-greets with their fans.
Stauffer’s also had some interest from Hollywood.
“There are talks with real companies for a TV show that Kaitlin [Stauffer’s older daughter] would be more writing and be in, and it would be a sitcom,” Stauffer said.
Despite the negative feedback that comes with the fame, Stauffer refuses to pay attention to those judging her.
“Most people have jobs — this just happens to be mine. And it’s like it’s not acceptable [to some people] and it just kind of sucks,” she told BuzzFeed.
Whether you agree with Stauffer or not, it’s bizarrely mesmerizing to know that we live in a world where a toddler can have a social media following of over 3 million.
Welcome to the future.