She's here! She's here!
What a special moment for these parents!
Coco shared a pic of the new beautiful baby girl (below):
[Image via WENN.]
A plethora of Twitter messages from students in school have arisen lately that may make either chuckle or not chuckle at all.
We guess the food being served around Thanksgiving has made a lot of students mad because they're not feeling stuffed at all after they eat.
Which, for anyone who has had to deal with a food coma on the day of thanks, may be a good thing.
But the students have used their creative magic and access to the world through the internet to create a hashtag that has been uniting all unhappy school lunch eaters nationwide!
And that hashtag is #ThankMichelleObama!!!
This isn't the first time students have expressed their unhappiness with lunches, but the photographic proof was definitely making it seem like these lunches are a bit skimpy and don't always look so appetizing (above)
He woke up like that.
As in, not Beyoncé.
President Obama surprised a Washington D.C. public charter school yesterday in honor of September 11th.
He and Michelle Obama went to the school to visit the kids and to help the school-based program Inspired Teaching make backpacks filled with toys and other goodies for homeless youth.
But not everyone at the school was excited to see the President.
Not sure of the legalities when working on-set as a 15-year-old…
But she's the friggin' First Daughter, so rules need not apply!
FLOTUS' mini was reportedly spotted this past week working in El Lay, and sources have revealed they're getting Malia really involved in production:
Let’s keep voicing our support!
Michelle Obama has been working very hard to bring awareness to the situation in Nigeria where over 200 girls were kidnapped and taken from their families.
Over Mother’s Day weekend, MObama wanted to make sure that while people were celebrating their own families, Americans kept in mind that there were lots of mothers out there wondering where their own girls are.
On top of that, Boko Haram has released video footage of around 100 of the kidnapped girls reading the Qur’an and wearing hijabs.