In the East Wing of the White House wreaths comprised of tennis balls create a dog’s holiday dream. 55,000 feet of yarn knitted into 7,000 pom-poms create a larger-than-life Bo and Sunny for #WHHolidays guests. #12DaysOfTakeovers
Bo and Sunny are in the spotlight on today’s edition of the #12DaysOfTakeovers! Stay tuned for some of our favorite Bo and Sunny photos during #WHHolidays.
Dear Instagram: My name is Blaine Boyd, and I’m Mrs. Obama’s Director of Correspondence. Spreading holiday cheer to folks across the country and around the world is important to the First Lady, and throughout the day, I’ll be sharing with you how our office does exactly that using the mail. Sincerely
The Christmas tree arrives the day after Thanksgiving, marking the start of holiday decorating. I was at work early photographing the preparations, when the First Lady unexpectedly came outside to see the horses with Bo and Sunny. I really enjoy capturing unpredictable moments like this. —Amanda
All day long White House photographer Amanda Lucidon is sharing her favorite #WHHolidays photographs as part of our third edition of the #12DaysOfTakeovers series.
On Saturday, the First Lady, along with Bo and Sunny, welcomed this year’s Christmas tree to the White House. Be sure to follow along with us for a behind-the-scenes look at holidays at the White House.
Bo and Sunny seemed to spend a lot of time keeping the staff company in the days leading up to the State of the Union. Let's be honest, with all that overtime, they probably needed a furry friend to relieve a bit of stress.