Picture Perfect: Best Moments Of The Obamas In 2012
Claiming victory this year as the president for another term, these are a few great photos of our favorite first family, The Obamas, in 2012.
Well, if this isn’t cute, I don’t know what is. We all know President Obama doesn’t mind holding a baby or two, as he’s good with children. This photo was taken during his re-election campaign in Delray Beach, Florida.
The President and First Lady take youngest daughter, Sasha, to Sunday morning service at St. John’s Church across from the White House. Sweet moment— every child needs those few moments of mom and dad’s undivided attention.
Although Christmas has passed, this adorable photo of Michelle reading “‘Twas the Night Before Christmas” at Children’s National in DC, with Bo on her lap had to make the list. Check out the cute little girl eyeing Santa.
While Michelle was out speaking on behalf of Barack for re-election at the Democratic National Convention, he and their daughters watching from home. The President tweeted this photo of him and their girls.
When the gold medal winning USA Gymnastics team came to visit the White House, one of the Fab Five, McKayla Maroney, had a little fun with The President while making her famous “not impressed” face.
In honor of the 57th anniversary of Rosa Parks, President Obama visited the Henry Ford Museum in Detroit where he sat on the very bus made famous when Ms. Parks refused to give up her seat.
The Obamas had dinner with campaign contestant winners in Washington, DC. This is the third they have held the contest.
Taking a moment to read over a brief while staying a Camp David, it seems there is hardly ever a moment when Obama is alone.
Although Barack had to stay behind this summer to take care of business, Michelle packed up the kids and headed to London to represent the U.S. during the Olympic games. Here she is attending a gathering thrown by Queen Elizabeth II in honor of the games, and looking amazing.
Victory! Last but not least, arguably the best moment for the Obamas in 2012 was when the country went out and voted him president for another term Nov. 6. The above photo was taken in Chicago during his victory speech.