Michelle Obama recently had a proud mommy moment.
The former First lady gushed over her two daughters, Malia and Sasha. She expressed her admiration for her girls by posting a throwback picture of them on her Instagram account. She accompanied the photo with a heartwarming write-up dedicated to her lookalike children.
Michelle commended her girls for having each other’s backs and being women who possess strong values. The Attorney shares her two kids with the former President of the USA, Barack Obama.
Michelle Obama Exalts Her Two Daughters, Malia And Sasha
Michelle shared with her over 51 million followers on Instagram the joy and happiness she felt seeing her two daughters grow and evolve to become the women she always envisioned them to be.
The doting mum posted an adorable throwback picture of the two girls as little kids. In the photo, the pair were seated on a couch as they lovingly cuddled one another and smiled brightly for the camera.
Both girls were dressed in similar outfits as they had on matching blue jean trousers. Malia donned a light pink top while her little sister, Sasha wore a dark pink top. The proud mum proceeded to accompany the post with a moving caption. She wrote, “Malia and Sasha continue to make me so proud.
They have grown up to become such confident, thoughtful, kind, and honest young women who are so supportive of one another”. She further indicated that she detailed some of her children’s life experiences in her new book, “The Light We Carry.” She wrote,
“In #TheLightWeCarry, I write about some of their recent experiences navigating adulthood and everything that comes along with it. It is such a joy to watch them forge their own path in the world. In so many ways, they are my light.”
The Author Revealed Barack Obama’s Reaction To Their Two Daughters Dating
Michelle and Barack seem to be chilled parents who probably gave their children the liberty to express themselves as individuals. Perhaps this notion is wrong, we are soon to find out in a bit!
Per The Blast, the former First lady, during an interview for the release of her book “The Light We Carry” disclosed how her husband accepted the reality of things, knowing his daughters had attained the age of being in relationships.
Addressing the issue herself before shifting the focus to Barrack, she said, “I think it’s wonderful. I want them to know what they want and who they are in a relationship. And that takes trying on some people”.
As for the former president of the USA, the Attorney confirmed that he was “good with it” too. Buttressing her point, she added, “Look, they are 24 and 21. They were in high school. They went to prom. They’ve lived life. And he’s learned how to be a concerned Black father, but not crazy.” The mum of two further described her children as being grown-up women. In her words,
“They’re doing great. Proud of them. They survived eight years growing up in one of the harshest spotlights there is. And they are good, decent, normal young women who are trying to be impactful in the world, and they are the best of friends. Couldn’t ask for anything else”.
The ‘Becoming’ Author Addressed Her Two Daughters’ Evolvement Into Adulthood
Michelle’s dedication to the well-being and progress of her girls, Malia and Sasha, is remarkable to watch. Hopefully, other folks can take a cue from her. The Blast shared that the attorney, during a chat with DeGeneres on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show,” updated the public about her two daughters’ development into adulthood.
The host and Michelle began by catching up on old times, as DeGeneres noted to the author how their last conversation had to be had via Zoom due to pandemic reasons. Moving on from the conversation, a photo of Sasha’s graduation from high school popped on the show’s screen, which prompted a cute reaction from the loving mum.
She proceeded to detail her daughters’ lives, revealing that Sasha had gone off to college and that she and her older sister Malia were both doing well. The “American Grown” author referred to her girls as “amazing young women.”
Michelle disclosed that her daughters were past the “pop band” stage and were in mature relationships. She said, “Now they have boyfriends and real lives and all that stuff, but they have grown up right before our very eyes, and they are doing well.”