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MICHELLE OBAMA ON DAUGHTERS: ‘IT’S SO MUCH FUN TO TALK TO THEM NOW’

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Fifty is a milestone age for Michelle Obama. In addition to becoming more aware of who she is as a wife and political figure, the mother of two has become more acquainted with who her daughters are through various conversations with them.

“You’re more confident, you know yourself more, you’re not concerned about what other people think,” says the First Lady of being 50-years-old. “You watch your kids grow up and I know, my girls, they’re starting to become real people with opinions and it’s just so much fun to talk to them now.”

Although officially eligible for AARP benefits, Michelle doesn’t allow her golden age to stand in the way of her fitness efforts. “Barack and I work out together every single morning,” explains the First Lady. “I get up in the morning, usually either right before the kids go to school or right after, and I do about an hour and a half workout. I try to do 45 minutes of cardio and then whatever I’m doing that day.”

Michelle Obama has been an advocate for healthy living since entering the White House with her husband in 2008. The First Lady has inspired thousands to get active through her ‘Let’s Move’ campaign, which puts good nutrition and exercise at the forefront of wellness. Mrs. Obama turned 50-years-old on January 17, 2014. Sasha and Malia are her daughters with her husband, President Barack Obama.

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  1. I love the Obama’s, they are truly a wonderful family. The girls are getting older so Michelle can relate to them more now than ever.

  2. Please don’t go spreading hate around, even if you feel someone “gets on your nerves”, Its plain not nice, opinion or not. Let this site at least be a site of support for black people, instead of a place to tear down. Be the good u want to see in this world. And If u cant say something nice, the world would be a much better place if you didn’t say anything at all.

    • Well, I am not sure why you feel that way. But, you certainly have a right to your opinion. And, we must respect (not necessarily agree with) that opinion. Its sad how computer message boards and a fake name give people the implied right to attack someone else for their opinion when if they met you in person they would let you have your say. We have become such a rude society since the advent of the Internet.

      Anywhoo…she is an inspiration. I hope her girls (and ours) are looking at her (not celebrities) and learning about being a real woman in a real world where not everyone is your adoring fan. The Obama’s have had to deal with more opposition than any of us could ever imagine but they keep their family and dignity intact. And, that’s admirable.

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