Transcript for First Family Inaugural Cam
were so many moments at the inauguration yesterday that reminded us, the obama family has all our modern family quirks. Abc's cecilia vega shows us what we saw about what they are. Reporter: This is the first couple as we know them. The presidential waves, the first lady-like smiles. But this is the first family unscripted, like we've never seen them before. Yesterday's catch are catching every second of their 47 minutes watching the inaugural parade go by. At one point, 14-year-old malia even realizes it's been on the entire time. "Oh, my god," she seems to say. "It's on. Kws it is a presidential candid camera showing america's most prominent family to be, in fact, just like every other family out there. There's president obama chomping on his gum. And there he is, distracted during his own parade by that cell phone. There's 11-year-old sasha still squirming like a little girl, but growing up right before our eyes. And some big sister teasing from malia photo-bombing what could have been such a sweet picture of her parents kissing. These days, the president sounds like any other dad. Now that my girls are getting older, they don't want to spend that much time with me anyway, so, I'll be probably calling around looking for somebody to play cards with me or something. Because I'm getting kind of lonely in this big. Reporter: The former chief of staff to first lady laura bush says life in a fishbowl may be tough, but it can still be fun. Surprisingly it is really fairly easy to have a good life and a normal life and a happy life inside that bubble. Reporter: Malia seems to be very happy with her cell phone. And even though her mother has said she's not allowed to use it during the weekdays, maybe this time, there was an exception. It was, after all, dad's inauguration. Cecilia vega, abc news, washington. Technology invasion. By the way, the president has said that malia is not to have a facebook page. That's for real.
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