- Michelle Obama said when the pandemic kicked in, she and her husband started staying with their daughters after being apart for months
- At first, it was all fun and games and they would take cocktails together
- With time, it became suffocating and they had to move to a bigger place so everyone could have their space
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Being cooped up in one place with your family members can be both rewarding and draining.
Former US President Barack Obama’s wife Michelle Obama has revealed her daughters Malia and Sasha already feel tired of having to social distance with their folks every day.
The former First Lady claimed she and Obama too feel a wee bit sick of their kids as they had already gotten used to being by themselves.
“I think first our kids got a little sick of us ... which was fine because cause we were pretty much sick of them,” she told comedian Conan O’Brien.
At first, things in the house flowed smoothly and both mummy and daddy were happy to finally spend some much needed time with their girls.
Even Malia and Sasha were over the moon when they got to stay with their parents.
But the whole thing became exhausting after weeks turned into months.
The 56-year-old mother of two said her girls would attend their online classes while she and her husband focused on their projects.
The former first family even played games and had cocktails together whenever they were done with school and work.
As previously reported, Michelle revealed her husband Barack is indeed a cry baby when it comes to his kids.
According to the mother of two, her hubby gets too emotional whenever his girls hit the slightest milestones.
During a candid interview with media mogul Oprah Winfrey, Michelle said her husband often “ugly cries” and hides his tears behind soot-black shades.
Just like regular parents, the former president gets overwhelmed and proud when his kids surpass his expectations.
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