There’s a place in Washington, D.C., that’s housing a couple named Mr. President and The First Lady–No, we’re not talking about the Obamas. Instead, this famous duo resides up in the skies and for weeks, people have been observing them in the hopes of catching a glimpse of something spectacular.
You see, Mr. President and The First Lady are bald eagles who’ve been residing in the U.S. National Arboretum since 2014. After they successfully raised one eaglet (dubbed DC1) in 2015, the American Eagle Foundation partnered with the arboretum and started live-streaming the nest 24/7. Earlier this year, The First Lady laid two eggs and people checked in with bated breaths in the hopes of catching ’em crack.
We’ll they’ve finally cracked, people. And the fluffiness that’s emerged from them is literally too much to handle. The first little baby DC2 said hello to the world on March 18 (catch it all in the video above), while DC3 broke through its hardshell on March 20:
Yeah, super adorable and the world agreed:
— Tamron Hall (@tamronhall) March 21, 2016
— Nadia P. (@DomainSushi) March 20, 2016
— N Josten (@NJosten1) March 20, 2016
UGH. So much cuteness in one nest. We. Can’t. Handle. It. At. All.