10:45 PM EDT 12/21/2014
Originally posted 12/18/2014 04:00PM
From cookie castles to small, sweet abodes, these stars are baking up adorable holiday homes
Originally posted 12/04/2014 09:00AM
It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue!
Originally posted 11/24/2014 03:45PM
Just in time to make the elaborate holiday gingerbread house!
Originally posted 10/24/2014 07:15PM
America's newest heroes are not talking about their latest daring mission.
Originally posted 05/14/2014 10:00AM
Sorry, Bo – it seems that Sunny is the emerging star on the furry side of the Obama family.
The newest presidential pup (she joined the first family in August) makes her video debut in a PSA for the Drink Up campaign, a new initiative chaired by First Lady Michelle Obama that encourages people to drink water.
Originally posted 04/21/2014 06:20PM
Thousands turned out for the 136th annual White House Easter Egg Roll on Monday, and the big bunny wasn't the only furry face people were clamoring to see.
First dogs Sunny and Bo Obama were two of the famous names on hand for the event, which also featured appearances by singer Ariana Grande and Jim Carrey.
According to The Washington Post, the crowd screamed when they laid eyes on the pups, who donned red leashes on the South Lawn where more than 30,000 guests were invited by President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama to enjoy egg hunting, face painting and obstacle courses.
Originally posted 02/11/2014 02:15PM
As the White House readies itself for Tuesday night's State Dinner in honor of French president Francois Hollande, First Dogs Bo and Sunny are getting ready, too – by brushing up on their French.
In a Twitter photo shared by First Lady Michelle Obama, the dogs are seen sitting ever-so-politely at an ornately decorated table with a caption that reads: "Bone appétit!"
Originally posted 01/20/2014 10:30AM
The singer shares adorable photos of her and her daughter as they tour the First Family's home
Originally posted 12/05/2013 11:40AM
We've all been there: Christmastime makes everything more intense and everything is just emotional and then someone's in your way and ...
Okay, we're not going to accuse junior first dog Sunny Obama of going all Grinch on a 2-year-old at Wednesday's White House holiday celebration. We would never imply that little Ashtyn Gardner was anything but lovely before she took the tumble to top all tumbles – the fall to dethrone Jennifer Lawrence as the Queen of Highly Public Falls. She definitely did not – just speculating – poke fun at his dark chocolate replica featured in the annual gingerbread display. She would never.
Either way, what went down at the decor unveiling could totally sabotage Sunny's approval rating. As the children of military families gathered for a day of crafts and festive fun, Gardner's well-intentioned run-in with Sunny turned into the stuff Michelle Obama's nightmares are made of.
To be fair, Sunny only startled the tot, who then stepped back and tripped over a walker (watch below). Still, we know you're new here Sunny. We know it's your first Christmas in the White House. But you're doing it wrong.
Originally posted 11/30/2013 09:45AM
The holiday season just got a little merrier at the White House.
First lady Michelle Obama, along with daughters Malia, 15, and Sasha, 12, received a special delivery on Friday morning: an 18.5 ft. Christmas tree.
With dogs Sunny and Bo on hand, the dressed-up family – sans the President – had smiles on their faces as a horse-drawn carriage pulled up to the North Portico of the executive mansion with its precious cargo.
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