A big part of maintaining a sense of normalcy for the girls is not making a big deal about their fatherâ€™s day job. During designated family time, Michelle makes a point to let her daughters feel like their sitting down with Daddy and not the President of the United States. "It's sitting down at the dinner table and having Barack's day be really the last thing anyone really cares about," she said. "So he's sort of the throw-on piece. It's like, 'Oh, yeah, Daddy, and what did you do today?â€™"