Michelle Obama Has Adorable Easter Eggs For First Dogs Sunny and Bo (PHOTO)
In First Lady Michelle Obama’s latest “Inside the East Wing” she explains the history of the annual Easter Egg Roll on the South Lawn. This year, First Dogs Sunny and Bo got their own wooden easter egg which is still in the First Lady’s office.
Oh so cute! I love these eggs.
From the Michelle Obama:
In 1933, Eleanor Roosevelt greeted visitors and listeners alike for the first time over the radio, on a nationwide broadcast. In 1969, Pat Nixon introduced the White House Easter Bunny, usually a staffer dressed in a special rabbit suit. And in 1981, the President and Nancy Reagan hosted a hunt featuring wooden eggs that bore the signatures of actors, actresses, famous politicians, and athletes.
This year, the wooden eggs featured Sunny and Bo, and those eggs are still featured in the First Lady’s office.