Political Reporter and Mom Ronda Kaysen gives us her favorite moments from the Democratic Convention.
The Obama girls stole the show at the Democratic Convention last night when they turned up at the end of their mom's speech to tell their daddy, "We love you." Seven-year-old Sasha gave a glowing critique of her mom's performance, telling her dad -- who made an appearance over satellite from Kansas City -- "She did good."
It was Michelle Obama's night to introduce herself to America -- and she did. She stood before us last night as a mother, a wife and a daughter who is in this race, so that "your sons and daughters -- will tell their own children about what we did together in this election. They'll tell them how this time, we listened to our hopes, instead of our fears. How this time, we decided to stop doubting and to start dreaming," said Michelle during a particularly moving part of her speech.
All eyes are on Hillary Clinton now as pundits and anxious party members wring their hands and hope she can quell the angst in her ranks when she speaks tonight. Michelle gave Hillary a little introduction by celebrating the "18 million cracks in the glass ceiling"-- the votes for Hillary made during the primary. Some of those cracks have created rifts in the party, and it is unclear if her speech tonight will be seen as a swan song or a call to arms.