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These Two Adorable New York City Besties Running Toward Each Other Has Us Calling Up Our BFF

I'm not crying — You're crying!

There’s nothing like seeing your best friend and giving them the biggest hug. Two New York City toddlers, Finnegan and Maxwell, are putting us all in our feels after their friendship, and adorable hugging skills, have gone viral. 

Maxwell’s dad, Michael Cisneros, posted a video of his son excitedly reuniting with his best friend, Finnegan, and embracing him. According to Cisneros, the two boys are inseparable and are practically partners-in-crime. 

Despite being inseparable, the two boys have only known each other for a year. 

“When they are away from each other, they are always asking about one another,” he told ABC 6. “They go to music class together, Dana Banana (a weekly music event) and they love to dance — both are excellent dancers.”

The two besties' parents even hang out with each other. 

Cisneros said they play tennis with Finnegan's parents and recently purchased some gear for the boys, too. The dynamic duo even shares a love for their families' dogs.

"We have two dogs and Finnegan's parents have one. They are both yelling at our dog Bella to stop barking."

The video, posted on September 6, has since picked up more than 260,000 likes and more than 600 comments on Facebook.

One user said, “I can’t stop watching this video. It makes me so happy!” 

It’s okay — go ahead, call your besties and let them know you miss them. 

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Chelsea is a proud HBCU alumna of Winston-Salem State University and graduate of Georgetown University, who can't turn down a trip to the Wharf, a tall cup of Half-and-Half, and a moment to catch up on her favorite podcasts.