Barack and Michelle Obama Shared Sweet Throwback Photos To Celebrate Sasha ’s 20th Birthday

Barack and Michelle Obama shared sweet throwback photos and messages to celebrate Sasha Obama’s 20th birthday on June 10. “Happy birthday to my darling Sasha! I am so grateful for every laugh we’ve shared — and everything you’ve taught me over the years. You’ll always be my little girl, but I couldn’t be prouder of the woman you are becoming. Love you so much!” Michelle tweeted.

The former president posted a message of his own while reminding admirers of the former first family that fatherhood was also an important job. “Happy birthday, Sasha! You’ve grown so much, and it’s been a joy to watch you become the person we always hoped you’d be. Your mom and I can’t wait to see where life takes you next,” Barack said on his Twitter account. Both Sasha and her sister, Malia Obama, have grown up in front of the world’s eyes.

Today mentioned that Sasha and Malia sp*ke publicly in Michelle Obama’s new Netflix documentary, for the first time in over 10 years, while reflecting on their mother’s achievements. Additionally, the former first lady previously informed Today that she made efforts to give the girls a degree of childhood normalcy. “You want them to be able to have wonderful experiences privately, and you want them to be able to fail and stumble privately, like any other kids,” she said. “And when they’re not allowed to do that, it’s un*air, and you feel guilty about it, you know because they didn’t choose this life.”

Now that Barack Obama is no longer president of the U.S., the family can embr-ace more bonding time while making more memories with fewer news cameras. Neverthe-less, fans of the former first family still enjoy chiming in online to do things such as wishing Sasha a happy birthday with more photos. According to Us Weekly, Malia started at Harvard University in 2017 at the age of 21.

Sasha chose to study at the University of Michigan, beginning in 2019. The Obama sisters returned home and took college classes online due to the pandemic. In the US Weekly interview, Michelle also said that their togetherness, gratitude, sharing, and knowing that everyone is healthy is an important lesson for her daughters.