Michelle Obama, like most parents, felt very excited when she had to see her daughters move to college! More specifically, he talked about the most recent heartbreak he felt when he sent the youngest, Sasha, and admitted that although he did his best to keep them inside, some tears were definitely shed.
A few months ago, the former First Lady of the United States left Sasha at the University of Michigan and, although that was very difficult, Michelle shared during a new interview that the eldest daughter, Malia, was there to help!
Michelle talked to Jenna Bush-Hager today and told her that she and Barack were good enough to hold back the tears (mainly) when they left Sasha in college and that was because Malia, who has been studying at Harvard, had already gone through This process and the parents were more aware of what to do this time.
They really wanted to keep the crying to a minimum since "they didn't want to embarrass her (Sasha) because, you know, she had roommates."
But, & # 39; After lunch, when we said the last goodbye, when we got in a car, Barack and Malia, who were there with us, and then Sasha drove alone and said the last goodbye, that was when we were like ( crying noises) ".
Of course, all of that is normal and can be interpreted as a joke, but the reality is that Malia's mother and Sasha can't wait to see them grow and go crazy.
‘I am excited that my daughters grow and become independent. But it is: you feel a little melancholy that will never be the little ones who sit on your lap, listen to every word and look at you with adoration. Those days are over, "Michelle explained.