Difficult for the public to familiarize themselves with the children of U.S. President Barack Obama. Malia, 14, and Sasha, 11, and appearances are rare for good reason: the school and education come first. When you're a parent, it is customary to have to be accountable for the education of his children. Then imagine the situation when you are the most watched presidential couple on the planet. Barack Obama and his wife did not hide: the education they have chosen to give their children is strict, but it is for their good. Over the years, Michelle Obama
has given numerous interviews. The New York Times was amused to identify the patterns of the first lady of the United States when it comes to care for her offspring: - His daughters have to write a paper on what they saw or learned during their travels, even if we do not ask them to school. - Malia (14 years) can use his mobile phone only on weekends, and she and her sister can not watch TV or use their computer for anything other than their homework during the week. - Malia and Sasha must practice both sports. They can choose one, the other is chosen by their mother, who encourages sports team to learn values such as cohesion, exchange and sharing. - Malia must learn to do laundry before leaving for college. - The girls must finish their vegetables at every meal, and if they are reluctant to ask questions out of cookies or cakes for tea. - While the White House has personnel dedicated to household chores, Malia and Sasha must make their beds and clean their rooms. This is a prerequisite for their money. - They do not have the right to discontinue an activity that would challenge, Michelle Obama makes a point of encouraging his daughters to cling. Their mother explains this by rigorously simple sentence: "These are not little princesses." So Michelle Obama wishes to continue to set the limits and expectations that she and her husband have fed to their children if they had a "normal" life. This will protect their daughters sirens celebrity simply reflects the desire of the Obamas give them a chance to grow in confidence, being responsible and happy. Thus, the first lady said that "I have great girls. They are generous, curious about life. Like any mother, I hope to encourage this. "