Some were naughty and some were nice, but ALL of the children dressed up as Santa’s elves for the White House’s 32nd annual Christmas benefit concert on Dec. 15 were so cute, the First Family couldn’t help but break into beaming grins!
President Barack Obama and his family had a great time taking in the Christmas In Washington concert at the White House on Dec. 15. The truly star-studded event was hosted by Hugh Jackman and featured performances by Sheryl Crow, Janelle Monáe and the Backstreet Boys, but as First Lady Michelle Obama and her daughters Sasha and Malia can attest, the little kids dressed as festive “elves” were definitely the stars of the show!
Obamas Meet Christmas Elves: Kids Dress Up At Washington Charity Concert
Brave young patients from the Children’s National Medical Center in Washington, D.C. showed off bright and festive sprits when they met the President and his family during 2013’s annual rocking Christmas concert! They dressed up as Santa’s helper elves — complete with jingle bell belts and pom-pom tipped shoes!
As the young kids posed for photos with the Obamas, they spread their enthusiasm and joys. With some elves making funny faces and others smiling sweetly at the crowd, no one could hold back a laugh — including President Obama himself!
Sasha & Malia Obama Collect Donated Christmas Presents For Children
Before enjoying the concert together as a family, 12-year-old Sasha and 15-year-old Malia helped their parents collect donated toys and other gifts for the young patients are the Children’s National Medical Center. They seemed equally excited about the young “elves” and the other wonderful deserving children the presents would help!
What do YOU think, HollyMoms? Which elves are your favorite: the mischievous kids or Santa’s sweet helpers?
— Kristine Hope Kowalski
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