This dad's heartwarming tale about falling in love has captured the hearts of the internet.
Twitter user Sydney asked her father to tell her the story of how he met her mum for an essay she was writing, but she didn't expect his response to leave her in tears.
Her dad wrote back a stream of emotionally-loaded texts gushing over his wife and Sydney decided to share the whole thing to her Twitter page, which has since been shared nearly 10,000 times.
She shared the messages on Twitter saying, "I’m writing an essay about my parents and hearing this from my dad about my mom made me cry. 27 years of marriage."
Then she posted the pictures of her Dad's response to her page and it will leave you feeling all gooey inside.
I'm writing an essay about my parents and hearing this from my dad about my mom made me cry. 27 years of marriage. pic.twitter.com/27muq07Xpz— sydney (@sydnyy_) December 5, 2016
He starts of by telling Sydney that their engagement was basically a joke at the start but two weeks later he realised he had fallen deeply in love with her.
They were married a year later and had their first child, called Bryatt, however Sydney's mother wanted another kid and her dad didn't at first, as they were having a rough time.
But when Sydney came into the world her dad admits that it brought him and her mother back together.
"We chose to have mommy quit working. By doing so I got back my truly perfect wife," he said.
Her dad then went on to say probably the most adorable statement of the whole thing.
"She doesn't just 'complete me' she came into my life when I was young and immature, completed me and then made me so much better of a person. I dated and married my angel."
People were quick to comment on the post, claiming the story also made them tear up.
Even Sydney's uncle Tim commented a heartfelt message to the family.
@sydnyy_ Yup, my sister is a pretty amazing woman, mother and wife. Love you all!— Tim Palmer (@timp1219) December 8, 2016
Since then the world has fallen in love with Sydney's father's text messages and we can totally see why.