There were some funny moments when U.S. President Barack Obama and wife Michelle visited U.S. Marines and their families at Kaneohe Bay Marine Corps base in Hawaii on Christmas Day.

Captain Greg Wagner's eight-month-old baby boy Cooper Wall Wagner tweaked the President's nose and put his hand inside Obama's mouth, when the President took him in his arms.

The first family is visiting the island state of Hawaii to celebrate Christmas.

Earlier on the day the family attended service at a church in Hawaii. President Obama and his wife in a Christmas message thanked all U.S. troops and their family for their service to the nation.

On Christmas eve Obama spoke to the uniformed personnel who are posted offshore.

The Obamas were greeted in the traditional Hawaiian customs by the U.S. Marines and their families at their base.

Here are some funny pictures of Obama interacting with the marines' family members.

Unfamiliar Face: Eight-month-old Cooper Wenger looks surprisingly at U.S. President Barack when Cooper was picked up by Obama at Kaneohe Bay Marine Corps base, Hawaii.Reuters
Unwarranted Intrusion: Eight-month-old Cooper puts his hand inside Obama's mouth.Reuters
Meet the Youngest: President Obama and first lady Michelle Obama look at one-month-old Adeline Hernandez Whitney as the Obamas met U.S. Marines and their families having Christmas lunch at Kaneohe Bay Marine Corps base.Reuters
We Are Family: President Obama poses with a Marine family on 25 December at Marine base in Hawaii.Reuters
Not Close Enough: President Obama poses with a family including their shy son at Christmas lunch at Kaneohe Bay Marine Corps base.Reuters
The Future: President Obama greets a young boy as he meets with U.S. Marines and their families at Kaneohe Bay Marine Corps base.Reuters