President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama delivered their final Christmas weekly address on Saturday, and we can’t help it with the feels.

The First Family, who is currently in Hawaii for the holidays, took some time to reflect upon their last eight years together in the White House, including their first joint holiday address.

“One of the best parts of the holiday season is spending time with the special people in your life,” the president started. “And for me, that means getting some help from my best friend for our annual Christmas Weekly Address.”

“Given how our first Christmas Weekly Address went, I realized that Barack needed all the help he could get,” FLOTUS added before treating everyone to a 2009 throwback. This couple!

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“The greatest gift that Michelle and I have received over the last eight years has been the honor of serving as your President and First Lady,” Obama said, also thanking troops overseas and reiterating their shared message of compassion and hope, before wishing the nation a Merry Christmas.

Read on for their final holiday address in full and try not to get nostalgic.