Barack addressed Marines with Michelle by his side.
Michelle and Barack greeted Marines in Hawaii.
The Obamas visited military personnel eating Christmas dinner.
Barack waved to the troops.
President Obama and Michelle visited military personnel eating Christmas dinner at Anderson Hall at a Marine Corps base in Hawaii.
The first lady took phone calls from kids around the country.
This would make a cute Christmas card!
The president sang with Sasha and Malia on stage.
Sasha, Malia, and Barack Obama sang alongside Diana Ross.
Barack gave a little girl a hug.
The first family was looking festive.
The president had his first daughters by his side.
Barack Obama spoke with a child in an elf costume.
The president addressed the audience at the charity concert.
The Obamas got in the spirit of the season.
Michelle enjoyed herself on stage.
Barack Obama and the rest of the first family chatted with kids dressed as elves.
The Obama family posed for a photo in front of a Christmas tree.
The Obamas stood on stage.
The first family got together for a holiday photo.
First Lady Michelle Obama sang with Chris Mann; her mom, Marian Robinson; and Diana Ross.
Barack, Michelle, Sasha, and Malia posed with children dressed as elves.
Barack Obama spoke to the crowd.
The Obama family were joined by performers on stage.
Barack Obama hugged Diana Ross.
The Obamas were all smiles.
Michelle sang beside her mother, Marian Robinson.
Barack spoke while Michelle, Sasha, Malia, and Michelle's mom, Marian Robinson, stood beside him.
The Obamas attended the charity event.
The president spoke ahead of the all-star concert.
The president shook hands with Psy.
The Obama family enjoyed themselves from the audience.
Barack spoke while Diana Ross looked on.
Barack Obama spoke at the event.
The Obama family kicked off the concert.
President Barack Obama addressed the crowd.
The president hugged children at the Christmas in Washington concert.
The Obamas were picture-perfect posing with some children dressed as Santa's elves.
Michelle clapped from the audience seated between her mom and daughter Malia.
Barack Obama shared a sweet moment with his daughter Sasha.
The president sang with his daughters by his side.
Michelle Obama sat near the Christmas tree.
The Obama girls both wore adorable orange coats.
Sasha belted out a carol.
Michelle Obama and Modern Family's Rico Rodriguez high-fived as they read a book to kids.
The stars came out for the 90th annual Christmas tree lighting.
The president got Michelle in on the fun, while her mom looked on.
The Obama girls flipped the switch on the national Christmas tree.
Sasha Obama held her dad's hand at the national Christmas tree lighting.
President Obama got in the spirit.
The Obamas took part in the 90th annual national Christmas tree lighting.
The Obamas lit up the tree.
Malia and her dad sang along.
The president really enjoyed himself.
The president encouraged daughter Malia to sing some carols.
The first lady smiled as she took part in craft time.
Michelle addressed the group.
Michelle spent time with military children.
Children looked at the tree.
The White House kitchen garden is a part of the White House gingerbread house.
The White House gingerbread house has a replica of Bo beside it.
Ornaments adorn a tree.
Wreaths line the halls.
The White House is all decorated for Christmas.
A stained glass window is on display at the White House.
Michelle tried a sucker.
The first lady hosted military families at the White House.
Michelle helped children make crafts.
The first lady addressed military families at the first viewing of the White House decorations.
Michelle joined military children for crafts.
The White House Christmas theme this year is "Joy to All."
Michelle Obama smiled big while participating in craft time with military children at the White House. The first lady welcomed military families, spouses, and children for the first viewing of the 2012 holiday decorations and the announcement of 2012's theme: "Joy to All."
The first lady walked with the family's dog, Bo, past this year's gingerbread house that prominently features the pup.
The nearly 300-pound gingerbread house is an exact replica of the White House, and is made up of more than 175 pounds of gingerbread and more than 50 pounds of chocolate. And, of course, there's a gingerbread statue of First Dog Bo up front.
First Lady Michelle Obama addressed military families as she introduced this year's White House Christmas theme, "Joy to All." In addition to the main tree, there are a total of 54 Christmas trees in the White House, including one adorned with Gold Star ornaments with the names of those who died in battle, and some that pay tribute to past first ladies (like Jackie Kennedy's Nutcracker-themed ornaments).
The White House's star Christmas tree is an 18-foot-6-inch Fraser fir in the Blue Room. Keeping with the theme "Joy to All," it's decorated with handmade ornaments by children whose military parents are stationed around the world.
Michelle popped a honey sucker in her mouth that she made with military children at this year's first viewing of the White House holiday decorations.
Michelle had to sniff the fir before approving it.
The first lady had the family dog, Bo, with her.
The tree came from Peak Farms in North Carolina.
Michelle had her daughters by her side for the tree's arrival.
The first family's Christmas tree arrived at the White House.
The first lady was all smiles with daughters Sasha and Malia.
The Obama women talked beside the tree.
The Christmas tree awaited Michelle's approval.
Michelle brought Bo along for the festivities.
Michelle Obama waved as she went to examine the White House tree.
Michelle greeted the man who brought the tree.
Michelle sniffed the tree.
The girls smiled waiting for the tree.
Sasha and Malia were too cute in their skirts.
Michelle examined the tree upon its arrival.
Malia pointed at the tree.
The Obama ladies were stylish for the event.
Michelle gave the fir a thumbs-up.
Michelle was joined by daughters Sasha and Malia to accept the tree.
The official White House tree this year is 19-foot Fraser fir.
The White House tree arrived by horse-drawn carriage.
Michelle waited with Bo for the White House tree.
Michelle waved to guests at the White House Hanukkah reception.
Barack Obama watched on as the menorah was lit.