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Presidential Inauguration 2013: Sasha and Malia Obama

Ten Reasons Why Sasha and Malia Obama Are the Coolest Kids Ever

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Sure, the past few days were all about getting President Obama inaugurated for a second time, so he can get to work for the next four years.

And ok, it’s been fun checking out the First Lady’s awesome clothing choices, including this and this and this. And Beyonce belting out the National Anthem.

But we were also mesmerized with America’s First Kids, too. Here are ten reasons why Sasha and Malia Obama are the coolest kids ever.

1. Because they entered the inauguration wearing these color schemes and being the most awesome kids in America.

Presidential Inauguration 2013: Sasha and Malia Obama

2. Because it was adorable when Sasha leaned on her big sister’s shoulder. 

Presidential Inauguration 2013: Sasha and Malia Obama

3. Because Sasha has a cool turtle phone case. 

Presidential Inauguration 2013: Sasha and Malia Obama

4. Because they took this selfie with funny faces and Malia gave the peace symbol. 

Presidential Inauguration 2013: Sasha and Malia Obama

5. Because they looked utterly bored during the inauguration. 

Presidential Inauguration 2013: Sasha and Malia Obama

6. Because they chatted up their cool cousin with the cool haircut. 

Presidential Inauguration 2013: Sasha and Malia Obama

7. Because Malia broke Teen Code and kissed her dad in front of the whole world.

Presidential Inauguration 2013: Sasha and Malia Obama

8. And Sasha broke Tween Code and did the same thing. 

Presidential Inauguration 2013: Sasha and Malia Obama

9. And now Dads everywhere will get kisses, and it’ll be cool. 

Presidential Inauguration 2013: Sasha and Malia Obama

10. And because they both kept their cool while this happened and they didn’t burst into excited chatter with, “Oh my gosh! Dad’s kissing Beyonce!”

Presidential Inauguration 2013: Sasha and Malia Obama

Jane Boursaw is the founder and editor-in-chief of Reel Life With Jane. Her credits include hundreds of print and online publications, including The New York Times, People Magazine, Variety, Moviefone, TV Squad and more. Follow her on Twitter at @reellifejane.

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10 comments

  1. It was a pretty darn great color combination!

  2. I think we have the most beautiful first family ever.
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  3. I love those kids.

  4. I agree with Living Large: The Obamas are simply a lovely family. It will be wonderful to watch them for four more years.
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  5. i LOVE 7, 8, and 9. but all of them are awesome! Great list!!
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  6. Funny. They must have infinite patience for all the stuff they have to sit through. It’s a HUGE sacrifice for the family to make so that the President can serve.
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  7. Loved this! They are such a beautiful family. I don’t think we’ve ever had such a good looking family in the white house.
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  8. I have always loved these girls, for no other reason than their own personal charisma and that they seem unjaded. I also approve of those coats in various shades of purple — I love wearing those colors, which say “I am not boring!”

  9. I love that Sasha and Malia acted like normal kids at the inauguration. But I feel sorry for Malia if she wants to date in the next four years.

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