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These two toddlers are just the pick-me-up you need today

No two people have appeared more excited to see each other than Finnegan and Maxwell.
Finnegan and Maxwell race down a sidewalk to greet each other in this joyful video shared by Michael D. Cisneros on Facebook. [Facebook]
Published Sep. 10
Updated Sep. 10

Think of the happiest moment of your life.

Consider your favorite childhood memory.

Now, combine the two, and you still will be hard-pressed to top the joy in this video.

No two people have ever seemed so happy to see each other than the two toddlers in a video posted Sunday on Facebook by Michael D. Cisneros.

I have no idea how to make things go viral, for those that do......please share. This is just so beautiful. Finnegan + Maxwell= BESTIES!!! If we could all be like this. 🥰😍🥰😍🥰😍 @2_puggles_anda_baby O, The Oprah Magazine Oprah Winfrey The Today's Show best topic of the day NBC New York TheEllenShow

Posted by Michael D Cisneros on Sunday, September 8, 2019

Finnegan and Maxwell, as Cisneros identifies the two boys in his post, race down a sidewalk toward each other, their arms extended, before embracing in a heartfelt hug. They exchange a few words, presumably about a toy one of them is holding, then race off together down the sidewalk, first side by side, then one chasing the other.

“I have no idea how to make things go viral,” Cisneros writes in his post. "For those that do ... please share. This is just so beautiful. Finnegan + Maxwell= BESTIES!!! If we could all be like this. 🥰😍🥰😍🥰😍

The boys live a block from each other in the Manhattan neighborhood of Washington Heights and hang out all the time, CBS New York reports. Cisneros, who is Maxwell’s father, according to the story, calls them “partners in crime.”

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