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The Little Girl In Awe Of Michelle Obama's Portrait Just Got To Have A Dance Party With Her ❤️

Artist Amy Sherald's portrait of former First Lady Michelle Obama has been dazzling people since its unveiling in February, and it utterly transfixed a two-year-old girl during a visit to the National Portrait Gallery. 

Fellow art lover Ben Hines noticed the child staring at the painting and snapped this photo, which he shared on Facebook:

Sherald also shared a photo from a different angle on her Instagram:

Feeling all the feels. 😭 When I look at this picture I think back to my first field trip in elementary school to a museum. I had only seen paintings in encyclopedias up to that point in my life. There was a show up of work by painter @thebobartlett whose work still inspires me to this day. There was a painting of a black man standing in front of a house. I don't remember a lot about my childhood, but I do have a few emotional memories etched into my mind forever and seeing that painting of a man that looked like he could be my father stopped me dead in my tracks. This was my first time seeing real paintings that weren't in a book and also weren't painted in another century. I didn't realize that none of them had me in them until I saw that painting of Bo's. I knew I wanted to be an artist already, but seeing that painting made me realize that I could. What dreams may come? #representationmatters

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The little girl's name is Parker and her week got waaay more exciting when Michelle Obama took time out of her week to meet with her!

Obama tweeted a video of the two sharing a dance, captioning the clip:

Parker, I'm so glad I had the chance to meet you today (and for the dance party)! Keep on dreaming big for yourself...and maybe one day I'll proudly look up at a portrait of you!

Obama also shared a pic on Instagram in which she and Parker appear to be solving the world's problems:

And the whole story inspired so many people!

Whenever the former FLOTUS or POTUS shows up on social media, there are tears:

We're glad Parker is too young to miss the good old days. She only has the future to look forward to.

H/T: Mashable, Washington Post