Leni Oshie is a fashion icon, and on Wednesday, she decided to give herself a haircut. On a whim. Like literally by herself.
And this was the result.
TJ Oshie was interviewed by Kathryn Tappen during NBC’s pregame show before Game Four of the 2020 Stanley Cup Final.
And he wasn’t the only Oshie to make the cut. Leni Oshie, the couple’s middle child, ambled over while dad spoke and showed hockey fans watching at home what she was eating.
The Washington Capitals were punted out of the playoffs by the New York Islanders in five games. While that was a bummer, there was one benefit to that early exit.
The players were reunited a little sooner with their families.
Lauren Oshie documented her husband TJ reuniting with his three children Lyla, Leni, and Campbell after being away for nearly a month. It’s the best.
Lauren Oshie logged into Instagram on Saturday and shared a wonderful photo of her three kids together.
The snapshot of Leni, Campbell, and Lyla is tremendous and it’s the details that will really make you smile.
TJ Oshie recently taught his daughter Lyla how to ride a bike, so on Friday, he turned to young Leni to teach her how to swim.
And you guys, she already has a sidestroke worthy of an Olympic athlete.
It features TJ Oshie sitting on the couple’s white couch, featuring all three of their children: Lyla, Campbell, and Leni.
TJ Oshie spoke to reporters at noon during a video conference. We’ll highlight some of the things he talked about later.
But first, in this article, we just wanted to tell you that Oshie’s daughters Lyla and Leni crashed the call and it was the most notable thing that happened.
TJ Oshie’s daughters, Lyla and Leni, spent a large part of their afternoon doing art.
You’ll be happy to know the canvas was their dad’s face.
Sunday marked Easter across the world. And despite the coronavirus pandemic keeping most inside, families found a way to still keep the Easter traditions alive.
For instance, the Oshies held an Easter egg hunt this morning with Lyla and Leni.
Three-year-old Leni Oshie has a certain confidence and presence about herself that we can all aspire to.
While the whole world is struggling to stay entertained due to the coronavirus pandemic, Leni is living her best life.
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