Family First
May 14, 2015, 10:00 AM
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Family First

The first family of the United States

I remember growing up and my parents installing in us that “what ever happens in our home, stays in our home”. With the way the world is today, I wonder, if other parents meant keeping love in the house. But we know that it was geared toward the “challenges” or what I will say the “lesson we should learn” encounters.

We are witnessing the First Black Family living in the White House and I’m sure everyone wants to know how they deal with challenges or lessons learned andif it was exposed with technology, it will get around quickly. It’s funny how people are drama driven and I often wonder if it have to do with what’s going on in their own home?

Do you think it’s important to know what’s going on in someone’s home when you have things you need to deal with in your home? Is your neediness faultered. WE all need to be relateable, but I think if you are not looking for solutions, but only ti air someone’s personal life you are not dealing with your own. What are the things we need to know about someone else? People had a lot to say about Michelle’s mother staying in the White House with them. What was the issue? It takes a village to raise a child and when you are in the spot light as they are you surely would want people you can trust around your growing children.

I admire the Obama’s. The fact that I get to witness a black man demonstrate the qualities of leading our nation and a black women from Chicago on his side. They seem like regular people who live a regular everyday life. I am sure it can be challenging to be compared to them. It may make a person feel overwhelmed because maybe they can’t live up to the expectations. Don’t stress yourself, let’s rejoice in being able to know anthying is possible.

I’ve heard that men are not involved with their children; physically, emotionally or spiritually. Well, this family proves that it’s a myth. Men will do what they desire. Michelle is a woman of grace and to see her operate is such elegance and being an example to her children is refreshing. She demonstrates what it look like to be submissive where it can be and doable. I am sure they are raising their children up in the way to go. Am I saying they are perfect, no! We have a real live example that will remain history.