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Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day

On Take Your Daughters and Sons to Work Day, children of White House staff and press had the chance to ask any questions they wanted to First Lady Michelle Obama. The kids asked everything from who helps take care of "First Dogs" Bo and Sunny, to what Mrs. Obama likes best about her job and if she ever gets lost in the White House. Listen to Mrs. Obama's chat with the kids.

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Children of Executive Office employees at the White House ask First Lady Michelle Obama questions about her job, her favorite foods and her favorite vacation spots as part of the Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day event at the White House.

(Photo by Shefali Kapadia/Federal News Radio)
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Kimberly Trueblood, director of White House operations, welcomes First Lady Michelle Obama to the Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day event at the White House.

(Photo by Shefali Kapadia/Federal News Radio)
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Kimberly Trueblood, director of White House operations, welcomes First Lady Michelle Obama to the Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day event at the White House.

(Photo by Shefali Kapadia/Federal News Radio)
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Jet asks the First Lady if she likes living and working at the White House.

(Photo by Shefali Kapadia/Federal News Radio)
Working at the White House
Children of Executive Office employees at the White House gather for a Q&A with First Lady Michelle Obama as part of Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day.

(Photo by Shefali Kapadia/Federal News Radio)
Working at the White House
Children of Executive Office employees at the White House gather for a Q&A with First Lady Michelle Obama as part of Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day.

(Photo by Shefali Kapadia/Federal News Radio)
Working at the White House
Children of Executive Office employees at the White House gather for a Q&A with First Lady Michelle Obama as part of Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day.

(Photo by Shefali Kapadia/Federal News Radio)
Working at the White House
Children of Executive Office employees at the White House ask First Lady Michelle Obama questions about her job, her favorite foods and her favorite vacation spots as part of the Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day event at the White House.

(Photo by Shefali Kapadia/Federal News Radio)
Working at the White House
Children of Executive Office employees at the White House ask First Lady Michelle Obama questions about her job, her favorite foods and her favorite vacation spots as part of the Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day event at the White House.

(Photo by Shefali Kapadia/Federal News Radio)
Working at the White House
First Lady Michelle Obama answers questions from the children of Executive Office staff about her favorite color and whether she ever gets lost in the White House.

(Photo by Shefali Kapadia/Federal News Radio)
Working at the White House
First Lady Michelle Obama answers questions from the children of Executive Office staff about her favorite color and whether she ever gets lost in the White House.

(Photo by Shefali Kapadia/Federal News Radio)
Working at the White House
Children of Executive Office employees at the White House ask First Lady Michelle Obama questions about her job, her favorite foods and her favorite vacation spots as part of the Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day event at the White House.

(Photo by Shefali Kapadia/Federal News Radio)
Working at the White House
Children of Executive Office employees at the White House ask First Lady Michelle Obama questions about her job, her favorite foods and her favorite vacation spots as part of the Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day event at the White House.

(Photo by Shefali Kapadia/Federal News Radio)
Working at the White House
Charlotte gives Mrs. Obama a hug and her father's resume after telling the First Lady that her dad has been out of work for 3 years.

(Photo by Shefali Kapadia/Federal News Radio)
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Matthew asks Mrs. Obama who takes care of First Dogs Bo and Sunny when Mrs. Obama is busy.

Her answer: Dale, one of the head groundskeepers at the White House.

(Photo by Shefali Kapadia/Federal News Radio)
Working at the White House
First Lady Michelle Obama answers questions during the Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day event at the White House. Many of the children were the sons and daughters of Executive Office employees.

(Photo by Shefali Kapadia/Federal News Radio)
Working at the White House
First Lady Michelle Obama answers questions during the Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day event at the White House. Many of the children were the sons and daughters of Executive Office employees.

(Photo by Shefali Kapadia/Federal News Radio)
Working at the White House
Children of Executive Office employees at the White House gather for a Q&A with First Lady Michelle Obama as part of Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day.

(Photo by Shefali Kapadia/Federal News Radio)
Working at the White House
Children of Executive Office employees at the White House gather for a Q&A with First Lady Michelle Obama as part of Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day.

(Photo by Shefali Kapadia/Federal News Radio)
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First Lady Michelle Obama leaves the Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day event at the White House.

(Photo by Shefali Kapadia/Federal News Radio)
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