First Lady Michelle Obama & Daughters Receive White House Christmas Tree

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12 Responses to First Lady Michelle Obama & Daughters Receive White House Christmas Tree

  1. O, Christmas Tree: Michelle Obama, daughters, Bo, receive White House Christmas tree

    WASHINGTON — It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas at the White House.

    Michelle Obama continued a decades-old tradition the day after Thanksgiving as she, daughters Malia and Sasha, and Bo, the family dog, witnessed the arrival of an 18-and-a-half-foot balsam fir tree from Wisconsin, hauled up the driveway by horse-drawn wagon and delivered to their doorstep Friday.

    The Obamas walked around the carriage and inspected the tree before giving it a thumbs-up. But that was merely a formality; White House staffers traveled to Wisconsin last month and picked out that tree.

    The fir is headed for the oval-shaped Blue Room, where it will become the centerpiece of the White House Christmas decorations. It will be decorated to honor Blue Star families, those with a loved one who has served or currently is serving in the armed forces.

    The tree came from Schroeder’s Forevergreens near Neshkoro, Wis., owned by Tom and Sue Schroeder. It’s the first time one of their trees has made it to the White House. The couple earned the honor after winning a national contest — on their fourth try — sponsored by the National Christmas Tree Association.

  2. U.S. first lady Michelle Obama walks out with her daughter Sasha to receive the 2011 White House Christmas Tree at the White House in Washington, November 25, 2011

  3. rikyrah says:

    They are such a beautiful family

  4. danadevin74 says:

    Hello SouthernGirl2:)
    OMG the girls are so big:)
    they are just lovely
    Can’t wait until the WhiteHouse Christmas Tree Celebration
    I just Love my first family

    • Hello Dana,

      So good to see you. I hope your Thanksgiving was wonderful. The First daughters are a vision of loveliness just like their mother. They’re developing into beautiful young women. It thrills me to no end to see these young ladies grow up before our eyes. Once again, we are so pleased to see you grace this blog. Come back often.

      • danadevin74 says:

        Hello my thanksgiving was very nice
        I hope your Thanksgiving was good also
        And yes im always glad to see the wee Michelles
        I know their parents are so proud of them
        Ill be back:)

    • Ametia says:

      Hola, danadevin74.

  5. U.S. President Barack Obama’s daughter Malia walks with family dog Bo to receive the 2011 White House Christmas Tree at the White House in Washington, November 25, 2011.

  6. US First Lady Michelle Obama (2nd L) speaks with youngest daughter Sasha (L) and tree-growers Tom and Sue Schroeder while eldest daughter Malia (R) plays with dog Bo as they receive the White House Christmas tree at the White House in Washington on November 25, 2011.

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