Steven Ford was 18 when his father President Gerald Ford was sworn in. He later became an actor. Currently he is a chairman of the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Foundation and speaks to students about his alcoholism and sobriety.
When she was 17 years old, Susan Ford moved in to the White House during her senior year of high school after her father President Gerald Ford became president. As an adult, Susan Ford became a writer, photojournalist, and a health activist.
Amy Lynn Carter was the youngest child to live in the White House since President John F. Kennedy's children. She was 9 years old when her father President Jimmy Carter was inaugurated. As she grew older, she became involved in political activism.
Chelsea Clinton was 12 when her father President Bill Clinton was sworn in. Since leaving the White House, she married Marc Mezvinsky and later became the vice-chair of the Bill, Hillary & Chelsea Clinton Foundation and a news correspondent.
Jenna Bush Hager attended the University of Texas after her father President George W. Bush was sworn in. Since leaving the White House, she also wrote a book and became a correspondent for NBC's the "Today" show.
Barbara Bush was 19 when her father President George W. Bush was inaugurated. She and her twin sister Jenna Bush were in college during his presidency. Today, she is the co-founder and president of Global Health Corps.
Malia and Sasha Obama were just 10 and 7 respectively when their father President Barack Obama was sworn in. Malia is now 15, and Sasha is 12. The two currently attend Sidwell Friends School, where fellow first kid Chelsea Clinton also attended.