Internet falls in love with two toddlers hugging on NY street

Internet falls in love with two toddlers hugging on NY street

Social media users gushed about the innocent moment, holding their hearts as the two tiny children laugh and run about, all set to play.

It was pure joy at first sight.

The moment between the two boys - Finnegan and Maxwell - was captured by the latter's father Michael Cisneros and shared on Facebook along with a caption that read, "Finnegan + Maxwell= BESTIES!" He even called them "partners in crime".

Cisneros said he's not usually one to post private things on Facebook, but explained why he made a decision to share the video of his son and his best friend.

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"With all the racism and hate going on, I just think it's a really attractive video", he told WPIX. "But if it can change someone's mind or their view on things then it's totally worth it". Michael explains "They go to music class together, Dana Banana (a weekly music event) and they love to dance- both are excellent dancers".

"There's not anyone else that comes close to Finnegan status in Maxwells eyes", Cisneros said. The two have been best friends for about a year and just started riding the bus together to day care since they live in the same neighborhood.

"When they are away from each other, they are always asking about one another", he told ABC.

The boys squealed in delight as they spotted each other on the footpath and made a beeline toward one another, with arms spread wide open before they finally embraced and scampered down the sidewalk. "Now with all the attention its getting its just a great story to tell him when he's older both of them".

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