Remember the inspirational letter two hearing-impaired girls wrote to Seattle Seahawks fullback Derrick Coleman (who also happens to be hearing-impaired)?
Well, in addition to writing twin nine-year-old sisters Riley and Erin Kovalcik this super sweet note back, he gave his two biggest fans the surprise of their life.
During their appearance on Good Morning America, Coleman shocked the little ladies when he walked into the room, handed them Super Bowl tickets, and gave them the biggest of hugs.
All of which was met with a little giggly voice that could only muster the words, “are you real?”
We cannot! It’s too cute! And if you’re already feeling emotional because it’s gloomy outside or you’re just happy the week is finally over, it’s guaranteed to make you cry.
Watch the amazing video above. We’re warning you, Kleenex may be needed.
The Stars Of Super Bowl XLVIII As Kids (PHOTOS)
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1. Growing up, Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson excelled in all of the major sports, including basketball.
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2. They were born to play! Denver quarterback Peyton Manning (in the white) kicking it with his family back in 1981.
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3. Young Beast Mode! Here is Marshawn Lynch during his Oakland Tech High School days.
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4. Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman always hammed it up for the cameras.
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5. What's this you're looking at? Oh nothing. Just Broncos wide receiver Wes Welker hanging out with a bunny.
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6. Football isn't the only sport that Seahawks coach Pete Carroll enjoyed.
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7. Seahawks safety Kam Chancellor (to the left) mean-mugging for the camera.
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8. Denver Broncos defensive tackle Terrance Knighton loved football even as young boy.
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9. Broncos head coach John Fox was all-business even back in the days.
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10. Seattle wide receiver Jermaine Kearse was a star when he attended Lakes High School in Washington.
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11. Eric Decker's wife, Jessie James, posted some adorable pictures of the Broncos wide receiver when he was a child.
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12. So that's where he gets his hands from! Look at Seahawks wide receiver Golden Tate holding his little brother Wesley tight.
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13. Veteran Broncos corner Champ Bailey was balling at a crazy level in his University of Georgia days.
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14. Here's Denver running back Knowshon Moreno before all the fame and fortune...and tears.
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15. Broncos offensive lineman Ryan Clady kicking it with his little brother Chris Clady.
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