At 8 and 10 years old, a solar eclipse is just another fun thing to do. Most events are once-in-a-lifetime for kids, within their context. As adults, they may (or may not) look back on how rare an opportunity it was. But today, they probably don't even realize that it was their parents' first solar eclipse as well.
NASA has released this photo taken by the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter on 21 August 2017. It's a view of the eclipse as seen from the satellite orbiting the Moon (the cause of the whole eclipse thing).