Excuse us for a moment while our hearts just melt away.
An adorable video of a little boy getting the best surprise on a trip to Disneyland has been posted online and quickly went viral.
The two-year-old was on a trip to the popular LA theme park with non-profit company Olive Crest, which provides safe homes, counselling, and education for abused, neglected, and at-risk children.
He was one of a handful of lucky kids who got the chance to meet Mickey, Minnie and Pluto while at the park.
“Just when you thought Disneyland couldn't get any more magical,” Olive Crest posted alongside the video.
Officials with the group arranged a very special moment for the deaf toddler, and his adopted family made sure they had an ASL translator present.
At first he tries to talk to Pluto using sign language, but the ‘pup’ responds with a wave of his ear. Then he turns to face Minnie and Mickey who start talking to him in sign language.
Clearly overjoyed by understanding the characters, he runs in for a hug and gets a kiss on the head from Minnie before Mickey opens his arms wide and also gets a hug.
“Guys, this kid is the most incredible child I've ever met. He is mostly deaf, so the ASL translator is behind him, signing to the characters so they can copy her and communicate with the little guy. He is not a big hugger, so that hug for Minnie is something special,” his caseworker said about the video.
His parents were thrilled to see his priceless reaction.
“They were signing 'It's nice to meet you.' Once he realised they spoke his language he couldn't help but hug them,” they said.