Melbourne, Jan 21: They shared their experiences of living in White House. Former First daughters Barbara Bush and Jenna Hager have handed out advice to new First daughters Malia and Sasha Obama on living in the White House.
The daughters of ex-President George W Bush encouraged the little Obama girls to ''go to anything and everything you possibly can," in an open letter published in the Wall Street Journal.
"If you ever need a hug, go find Ramsey. If you want to talk football, look for Buddy. And, if you just need a smile, look for Smiley," News.com.au quoted the twins as saying. The duo had first stepped in the White house in 1989 as seven year olds, when their Grandfather George H W Bush was sworn in as the 41st president of the United States.
They later returned to the official residence in 2001, when their father was elected as America's 43rd president. Barbara and Jenna further mentioned pets, friends, and suggestions on how to cope up with a President-father. They write: "He is our father, not the sketch in the paper or part of a skit on TV. We still see him now as we did when we were seven: as our loving daddy. They add: "Four years goes by so fast, so absorb it all, enjoy it all."