galleryPresidential Easters04.11.09galleryPresidential EastersObama made waves as the first sitting president to host a Passover Seder. Next, it’s on to the South Lawn egg roll. HOP THROUGH OUR GALLERY of presidential Easters.04.11.09 6:33 PM ETOfficial White House Photo by Pete SouzaEASTER WITH THE OBAMASPresident Barack Obama, First Lady Michelle Obama, and daughters, Sasha and Malia, attend Easter Sunday service at Allen Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Washington, D.C., April 4, 2010.J. Scott Applewhite / AP PhotoFIRST FAMILY'S FIRST EASTERPresident Obama, first lady Michelle, their daughters Malia and Sasha, and his mother-in-law Marian Robinson, take part in last year’s annual Easter Egg Roll at the White House.Alex Wong / Getty ImagesBARACK 'N' EGG ROLLObama checks to see if everyone is ready at the start of the Easter Egg Roll.Pete SOUZA / AFP / Getty ImagesA DAY DIFFERENT THAN ALL OTHERSThe White House hosts a traditional Seder dinner to celebrate Passover on April 9, 2009, thought to be a first for a sitting U.S. president.Chip Somodevilla / Getty ImagesTHE UNOFFICIAL MASCOTMove over, Easter Bunny. Kate Perkins of Arlington, Virginia, has dressed for the role of "B.B. Rabbit" during the White House's annual Easter Egg Roll every year since 1993.Gerald Herbert / AP PhotoBFF FOREVER?At his last Easter in the White House, President George W. Bush got close—and rather wistful—with the official bunny. ReutersBUBBA WAVES HELLOBill Clinton joins the Easter Bunny on stage in 1996.Richard Ellis, AFP / Getty ImagesBEFORE SHE WAS SECRETARYFirst Lady Hillary Clinton shares a moment with the Easter Bunny while President Bill Clinton stands by during the annual Easter Egg Roll at the White House in April 1995.Charles Tasnadi / AP PhotoBABY BUSHESA vice-presidential George H.W. Bush poses, in 1988, with wife Barbara, granddaughters Jenna and Barbara (age 6) and grandson Pierce (age 2, in back). But where's W.? Barry Thumma / AP PhotoFANCY NANCYIn her Sunday best, Nancy Reagan embraces the Easter Bunny.AP PhotoCARTERS AND CANDYPresident Jimmy Carter with grandson Jason, 2, daughter Amy, and wife Rosalynn Carter arrive on the South Lawn in 1977.AP PhotoSPRINGTIME FOR TRICIATricia Nixon walks the White House grounds with a pair of costumed staffers in 1970.AP PhotoA KENNEDY EASTERPresident John F. Kennedy, First Lady Jackie Kennedy, John Jr., and Caroline pose after a private Easter service on April 14, 1963.EGGING THEM ONFranklin Delano Roosevelt and wife Eleanor preside over the 1939 Egg Roll from the White House's South Portico.