When you’ve had a bad day, what’s one thing that makes it better? Seeing your bestie. Even when we’ve had a good day, hanging out with a good friend makes it even better. Really, friends are just amazing.

Have you ever noticed how easily little kids seem to make friends? They go to the park, and suddenly, they have three new friends that they’re running around with like they’ve known each other forever. While that may be true, it also seems that kids can be very loyal to their best friends.

Whether it’s a child of one of your (the parent’s) best friends or a child they met in a mommy and me class or at daycare, toddlers are certainly capable of not only forming friendships but forming the sweetest, cutest, most serious friendships ever.

As adults, we may go weeks, months or even longer without seeing some of our friends. Sometimes work, busyness or living far away from each other can make meeting up harder than we’d like. Yet, we deal, and when we’re reunited, we pick up where we left off just like it’s only been a few days.

However, for toddlers, even a day or two away from his or her best friend can feel like a lifetime. After all, a couple days is a pretty decent percentage of their lifetime when you think about it.

Recently, two toddler besties were separated for a couple days, and when they were reunited, they had the cutest reactions and gave each other the biggest hugs. It was so sweet that one of their parents just had to share it on Facebook. 

Michael D Cisneros, the father of Maxwell, one of the children that was reunited, wrote on his Facebook post, “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.”

Watch and share the video below.

Whether you were having a bad day or a good one, we hope this video made your day brighter. We feel compelled to give our besties a call. These toddlers definitely show just how special and important friendship is.