Michelle Obama celebrates spring with our two favorite pups

Even though the Obamas are out of the White House, we can't help reminiscing about our favorite former first pooches, Bo and Sunny. We definitely we miss seeing regular photos of these adorable, furry faces -- who wouldn't?

Related: Bo and Sunny's most adorable shots:

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FILE PHOTO: U.S. President Barack Obama's dogs Sunny (L) and Bo arrive to board Air Force One for travel to Massachusetts for the family's annual vacation at Martha's Vineyard, from Joint Base Andrews, Maryland, U.S. August 6, 2016. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst/File Photo
U.S. President Barack Obama's dogs Bo (C) and Sunny go for a walk before they board Air Force One for travel to Massachusetts for the Obama family's annual vacation at Martha's Vineyard, from Joint Base Andrews, Maryland, U.S. August 6, 2016. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst
First Lady Michelle Obama (C) chats with children of military families as they gather to see the pets Bo and Sunny and enjoy holiday decorations and treats at the White House, in Washington, December 2, 2015. REUTERS/Mike Theiler
First Lady Michelle Obama walks with her dogs Bo and Sunny as she welcomes the Official White House Christmas Tree to the White House in Washington November 27, 2015. This yearâs White House Christmas Tree, which will be on display in the Blue Room, is an 18.5-foot Fraser fir grown by Jay (L) and Glenn Bustard in Lansdale, Pennsylvania. REUTERS/Joshua Roberts
U.S. President Barack Obama's dogs Bo (L) and Sunny (R) get a walk on the South Lawn of the White House in Washington May 17, 2014. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY ANIMALS)
U.S. first lady Michelle Obama, accompanied by dogs Bo and Sunny (obscured), arrives to read "Twas the Night Before Christmas" during her annual visit at the Children's National Health System in Washington December 15, 2014. REUTERS/Gary Cameron (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS HEALTH SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT)
Images of Bo and Sunny, dogs belonging to President Barack Obama and his family. Sunny, a 1-year-old Portuguese Water Dog, moved into the Washington residence of Obama and his family, joining Bo, a male dog of the same breed, the White House announced on its website. That breed works well with the allergies in the Obama family. "Sunny is the perfect little sister for Bo ? full of energy and very affectionate ? and the first family picked her name because it fit her cheerful personality," it said.
On Monday, December 12, First Dogs (l-r), Sunny, and Bo, visited patients, families, and staff at Childrens National Health System. (Photo by Cheriss May/NurPhoto via Getty Images)
Holiday decorations featuring the likeness of first dogs Bo (R) and Sunny (L) are seen in the White House November 29, 2016 in Washington, DC. 'The Gift of the Holidays' is the theme of this year's White House holiday decorations. (Photo by Cheriss May/NurPhoto via Getty Images)
4/21/15 - White House- Washington DC First dogs Bo and Sunny Obama wait to go for a romp on the South Lawn of the White House. photo: Christy Bowe- ImageCatcher News Service (Photo by ImageCatcher News Service/Corbis via Getty Images)
May 17, 2014 -- The Obama dogs Sunny, close to camera, and Bo take a walk on the South Lawn of the White House on Saturday, May 17, 2014, in Washington, DC. (Photo by Leslie E. Kossoff/Polaris Images) (Photo by LESLIE E. KOSSOFF/WHITE HOUSE POOL (ISP POOL IMAGES)/Corbis/VCG via Getty Images)
May 17, 2014 -- The Obama dogs Sunny, close to camera, and Bo are walked by an unidentified person on the South Lawn of the White House on Saturday, May 17, 2014, in Washington, DC. (Photo by Leslie E. Kossoff/Polaris Images) (Photo by LESLIE E. KOSSOFF/WHITE HOUSE POOL (ISP POOL IMAGES)/Corbis/VCG via Getty Images)
Presidential dogs Sunny and Bo during the annual White House Easter Egg Roll on the South Lawn of the White House April 21, 2014 in Washington, DC. President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama hosted thousands of people during the annual celebration of Easter. (Photo by Olivier Douliery/WHITE HOUSE POOL (ISP POOL IMAGES)/Corbis/VCG via Getty Images)
WASHINGTON, DC - MAY 17: A White House staffer walks Sunny (front) and Bo, the Obama family dogs, on the South Lawn of the White House on May 17, 2014 in Washington, DC. Bo arrived at the White House April 14, 2009 and Sunny joined the Obama family on August 19, 2013. (Photo by Leslie E. Kossoff-Pool/Getty Images)
WASHINGTON, DC - DECEMBER 4: First Lady Michelle Obama welcomes military families to enjoy the White House holiday decorations on December, 04, 2013 in Washington, DC. Pictured, Sunny, left, and Bo, the First Family's canine members, greet children from military famiies working on holiday crafts in the State dining room. (Photo by Bill O'Leary/The Washington Post via Getty Images)
A member of the White House staff walks US President Barack Obama's Portuguese Water dogs, Bo (R) and Sunny (L), on the South Lawn of the White House in Washington, DC, October 24, 2013. AFP PHOTO / Saul LOEB (Photo credit should read SAUL LOEB/AFP/Getty Images)
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Michelle Obama recently gave the world a glimpse of what Bo and Sunny are up to since leaving the White House -- and not surprisingly, they're as happy as ever. Check out this adorable photo of them enjoying the warm weather, posted by the former flotus.

The Obamas, too, have been having some fun post presidency. In February, the power couple was seen on vacation with Richard Branson. President Obama sported a backwards hat while jet skiing -- of course, the meme went viral.

Related: Pets in the White House

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Theodore Roosevelt: Pony named "Algonquin" (12 horses)

(Photo: Library of Congress. Source: Presidential Pet MuseumThe White House)

Theodore Roosevelt: Hyacinth macaw named "Eli Yale" (Owl, 6 dogs, 2 cats, snake, 2 kangaroos, one-legged rooster, rabbit, flying squirrel, 5 guinea pigs, 5 bears, pig, and a raccoon)

(Photo: Library of Congress. Source: Presidential Pet MuseumThe White House)

William Howard Taft: Cows named "Pauline Wayne" and "Mooly Wooly"

(Photo: Library of Congress. Source: Presidential Pet MuseumThe White House)

Woodrow Wilson: Sheep used to graze on the White House lawn. Wilson also had a tobacco-chewing tam named "Old Ike," an airedale named "Davie," a greyhound named "Mountain Boy," bull terrier named "Bruce," songbirds, and a cat named "Puffins."

(Photo: Library of Congress. Source: Presidential Pet MuseumThe White House)

Warren G. Harding: Airedale terrier named "Laddie Boy," English bulldog named "Old Boy" and a squirrel named "Pete"

(Photo: Library of Congress. Source: Presidential Pet MuseumThe White House)

Calvin Coolidge: White collie named "Rob Roy" and chow named "Tiny Tim"

(Photo: National Archives. Source: Presidential Pet MuseumThe White House)

Calvin Coolidge: Raccoon named "Rebecca." He also had another raccoon, 10 dogs, three canaries, mockingbird, goose, two cats, donkey, bobcat, two lion cubs, a wallaby, a pygmy hippo, and a black bear.

(Photo: National Archives. Source: Presidential Pet MuseumThe White House)

Herbert Hoover: Belgian shepherd named "King Tut" and a pair of alligators that crawled around the White House grounds. 

(Photo: White House. Source: Presidential Pet MuseumThe White House)

Franklin Delano Roosevelt: Scottish terrier named "Fala"

(Photo: White House. Source: Presidential Pet MuseumThe White House)

Harry Truman: Cocker spaniel named "Feller" 

(Photo: White House. Source: Presidential Pet MuseumThe White House)​

Harry Truman: Irish setter named "Mike" 

(Photo: White House. Source: Presidential Pet MuseumThe White House)​

Dwight Eisenhower: Weimaraner named "Heidi," parakeet named "Gabby" (she was never photographed)

(Photo: White House. Source: Presidential Pet MuseumThe White House)​

John F. Kennedy: Welsh terrier named "Charlie" (his favorite) and a mixed-breed named "Pushinka"

(Photo: John F. Kennedy Presidential library. Source: Presidential Pet MuseumThe White House)​

John F. Kennedy: German shepherd named "Clipper," Welsh terrier named "Charlie" (with Caroline), mixed-breed named "Wolf" (reclining by Caroline), Irish cocker spaniel named "Shannon" (with John Jr.) and two of Pushinka's puppies (with First Lady Jackie Kennedy).

(Photo: John F. Kennedy Presidential library. Source: Presidential Pet MuseumThe White House)​

John F. Kennedy: Pony named "Macaroni" (another pony named "Tex")

(Photo: John F. Kennedy Presidential library. Source: Presidential Pet MuseumThe White House)​

Lyndon B. Johnson: Collie named "Blanco" 

(Photo: White House. Source: Presidential Pet MuseumThe White House)

Lyndon B. Johnson: Beagles "Him" and "Her"

(Photo: White House. Source: Presidential Pet MuseumThe White House)

Lyndon B. Johnson: Mixed-breed named "Yuki"

(Photo: White House. Source: Presidential Pet MuseumThe White House)

Richard Nixon: Terrier named "Pasha," poodle named "Vicky," and Irish setter named "King Timahoe"

(Photo: White House. Source: Presidential Pet MuseumThe White House)

Richard Nixon: Cocker spaniel named "Checkers"

(Photo: White House. Source: Presidential Pet MuseumThe White House)

Gerald Ford: Golden retriever named "Liberty" and her litter of puppies born at the White House

(Photo: White House. Source: Presidential Pet MuseumThe White House)

Gerald Ford: Siamese cat named "Shan"

(Photo: Gerald Ford Presidential library. Source: Presidential Pet MuseumThe White House)

Ronald Reagan: Golden retriever named "Victory"

(Photo: Ronald Reagan Presidential library. Source: Presidential Pet MuseumThe White House)

Ronald Reagan: King Charles spaniel named "Rex" 

(Photo: Wikipedia. Source: Presidential Pet MuseumThe White House)

Ronald Reagan: Bouvier des Flandres herding dog named "Lucky"

(Photo: Ronald Reagan Presidential library. Source: Presidential Pet MuseumThe White House)

George H.W. Bush: Springer spaniel named "Millie" 

(Photo: White House. Source: Presidential Pet MuseumThe White House)

George H.W. Bush: Springer spaniel named "Ranger"

(Photo: White House. Source: Presidential Pet MuseumThe White House)

Bill Clinton: Labrador retriever named "Buddy"

(Photo: White House. Source: Presidential Pet MuseumThe White House)

Socks, the first cat of the Clinton family, August 24, 1994.

(Photo by Larry Downing/Sygma/Sygma via Getty Images)

George W. Bush: Scottish terriers named "Barney" and "Miss Beazley"

(Photo: White House. Source: Presidential Pet MuseumThe White House)

George W. Bush: American shorthair cat named "India," "Willie," or sometimes called "Kitty"

(Photo: White House. Source: Presidential Pet MuseumThe White House)

George W. Bush: Springer spaniel named "Spot"

(Photo: White House. Source: Presidential Pet MuseumThe White House)

Barack Obama: Portuguese water dogs named "Bo" and "Sunny"

(Photo: White House. Source: Presidential Pet MuseumThe White House)

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