Skip to comments.Is that the bunny hop Michelle? The First Lady shows how, shaking her tail at an official visit
Posted on 03/10/2012 5:04:05 AM PST by Zakeet
Her taste for restrained elegance once earned her the title of First Lady of Fashion.
But yesterday she showed off her wild side to help teach kids about how to keep fit while having fun.
Michelle Obama was in New Hampshire's capital as part of her Lets Move campaign against childhood obesity to find out what's on the menu at a visit to a neighborhood nonprofit group.
She stopped by the Penacook Community Center in Concord, which encourages before and after school exercise and teaches children about healthy eating through use of a vegetable garden.
During a quick visit with the centers 4- and 5-year-old children, Mrs. Obama emphasized proper nutrition, using plastic food.
I can see youre all eating healthy foods, the first lady congratulated them.
Those are toys! one child responding, laughing.
Mrs Obama did a bunny pokey, shaking her bunny tail about, before sharing a snack of yogurt, fruit and White House honey with the children. Afterward, she spoke to a crowd of about 100 on the importance of fighting childhood obesity.
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What an embarrassment she is. I would have pulled my child out for that day.
No chance of that in New Hampshire’s capitol...blue as they come; a nest of government employees and union members...SEIU central. Pretty much like most state capitols...
there’s an Indian kid in the top left hand
Can you edit that to show mice, snakes, and bugs fleeing from under the dress?
A bunny tail? Looks more like two hippos fignting under a blanket.
"Here, lady. Have a carrot. Maybe it'll calm you down."
I was going to post some thing about Moochie and white kids but the look on her face says it all.
And another thing...anybody notice the Government indotrination going on in the pictures posted on the wall?
Is that you, Barack?
oh, look....now the kiddies will have nightmares.
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