"I told you I was going to be on it", Michelle Obama wrote.
In the texts, her mother asks if she met "any of the real stars". The "real stars" OH MY LORD.
It doesn't matter how famous, successful or presidential you are - mothers will always find a way to humble you, as Michelle Obama was reminded on Sunday.
"Did you meet any of the real stars or did you run right after you were done". Michelle continued, to which Marian confirmed (maybe?) with a simple "Yeah".
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Robinson, who lived with the Obamas during their White House years, shares a close relationship with her daughter.
The playful conversation began with Robinson referring to her daughter's appearance at Sunday's Grammy Awards - and making a Peak Mom suggestion that she was miffed at not getting a heads-up that Obama would be on TV.
'[I] was anxious about their safety, ' she added. Grandma's room was like the confessional, ' Michelle recalled.
Having her mother by her side as the family's adjusted to life in the spotlight also helped Michelle to cope with the pressure of her new role as first lady, as well as the huge change in her daughter's day-to-day routines.
Obama laughed - in emoji form - at her mom's joke.
'When I traveled internationally, grandma was there. And I just thought that that's an unnatural way for a little 2nd grader to go to school.