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Sasha Obama Yawns During Dad's Inaugural Speech

All right, that’s enough. Wrap it up, Dad.

Sasha Obama is at it again.

Remember how she reminded her dad to turn around and wave to the people behind him the night he got elected? Now she’s sparking online love once again for yawning during her dad’s inaugural speech.

As the Inquistr notes, this isn’t the first time Sasha has grown tired of listening to her dad talk. “In 2008, Sasha Obama was caught in another yawn at the Democratic National Convention. Then 7, Sasha Obama was seen resting her head on mother Michelle Obama’s lap while her father spoke. She also let out a yawn during the 2009 inauguration.”

Sasha is filled with adorable antics. On Sunday, when President Obama was officially sworn in, Sasha congratulated him by saying, “Good job, Dad. You didn’t mess up.”

You can’t really fault 11.-year-old Sasha for feeling a little sluggish during the speech. She was up early to go to church with her family before having to get ready for the inauguration.

Ironically, Sasha’s yawn came after this line in the president’s speech. “No single person can train all the math and science teachers we’ll need to equip our children for the future, or build the roads and networks and research labs that will bring new jobs and businesses to our shores. Now, more than ever, we must do these things together, as one nation, and one people.”

Dad is talking importantly of equipping our children for the future while is child is ready to snooze.

Ain’t that just like a kid? But seriously. The speech was long.

Photo Credit: Today.com

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