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Maxwell, left, and Finnegan, right, became best friends after their parents met in a restaurant
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The two little boys who melted hearts in a viral video in which they ran towards each other with open arms for a big hug became best friends after their parents met in a restaurant in New York and have since been & # 39; inseparable & # 39; been.

Now the youngsters are hanging around & # 39; all the time & # 39; and are such close friends that the two families go on vacation together, according to Maxwell Hanson's father, Michael Cisneros.

In the cute clip that is shared on Sunday, Maxwell and his friend Finnegan, who are both two years old and separated for only one month, can both giggle and laugh at each other.

Maxwell Hanson was on his way home from the Brooklyn daycare center last Thursday with his father Alex, 39, and Michael when they bumped into Finnegan and his father, Dan.

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Michael, 43, said to DailyMail.com: “We really got along well with his parents, so we all started hanging out and their friendship blossomed.

& # 39; Once they saw each other, they immediately started running towards each other, and then I pulled out my camera. & # 39;

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Maxwell, left, and Finnegan, right, became best friends after their parents met in a restaurant

Maxwell, left, and Finnegan, right, became best friends after their parents met in a restaurant

Now & # 39; they are hanging around & # 39; all the time with their two families on holiday together, pictured
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Now & # 39; they are hanging around & # 39; all the time with their two families on holiday together, pictured

Now & # 39; they are hanging around & # 39; all the time with their two families on holiday together, pictured

Toddlers Finnegan (left) and Maxwell (center), both two years old, ran towards each other with arms ready to hug after not seeing them for two days

Toddlers Finnegan (left) and Maxwell (center), both two years old, ran towards each other with arms ready to hug after not seeing them for two days

Toddlers Finnegan (left) and Maxwell (center), both two years old, ran towards each other with arms ready to hug after not seeing them for two days

The two boys are said to share a love for Disney, watch Moana, Coco and The Lion King together and live just a few steps from each other.

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Michael, who adopted Maxwell as a newborn baby with partner Alex, added: & His parents and we met a little over a year ago and were really connected.

& # 39; They are always super excited to see each other, even if they have only been a part. They are partners in crime and when one person does something, the other does it.

& # 39; We have a place with a swimming pool and Finnegan and his parents often come to live with us. & # 39;

Michael said the boys are now sharing their toys, food and clothing and even communicating with each other in ways we don't understand.

He added: & # 39; And when they are apart, they ask each other. It really is the cutest. & # 39;

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Finnegan is described by Michael as the & # 39; more outgoing & # 39 ;, while his son Maxwell & # 39; is a bit shy until he gets to know someone & # 39 ;. But he added: & # 39; They are both super active. & # 39;

The two boys share a love for Disney and live a block apart. & # 39; They communicate with each other in ways we don't understand & # 39 ;, says dad Michael, Maxwell

The two boys share a love for Disney and live a block apart. & # 39; They communicate with each other in ways we don't understand & # 39 ;, says dad Michael, Maxwell

The two boys share a love for Disney and live a block apart. & # 39; They communicate with each other in ways we don't understand & # 39 ;, says dad Michael, Maxwell

The heartwarming reaction came after they had not seen each other in two days

The heartwarming reaction came after they had not seen each other in two days

Finnegan, right, is described as the & # 39; more outgoing & # 39; while Maxwell, left, & # 39; is a bit shy & # 39;

Finnegan, right, is described as the & # 39; more outgoing & # 39; while Maxwell, left, & # 39; is a bit shy & # 39;

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The heartwarming reaction came after they had not seen each other in two days. Finnegan is described as the & # 39; more outgoing & # 39; while Maxwell & # 39; is a bit shy & # 39;

Since Michael shared the video on Sunday, it has been viewed more than 11,000 times and has received loving reactions from strangers who adore the sweet friendship of the boys.

The father explained that the couple was so excited in the video because they hadn't seen each other in two days.

With their arms wide open, they come closer before pausing to give each other a long hug.

& # 39; My friend, you're just cute, & # 39; you hear Cisneros say.

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Then Maxwell points to Finnegan's yellow truck toys, causing him to play and scream before they both run onto the road.

Cisneros wrote: & # 39; It's Thursday. These two have not seen each other since Tuesday. Feels so much, it's beautiful. So grateful. & # 39;

He added that they also share hobbies, both attending a weekly music event where they & # 39; love to dance – both are excellent dancers. & # 39;

The two boys became best friends after their parents met in a restaurant in New York and have since been & # 39; inseparable & # 39; been. The two families are shown here together on Halloween

The two boys became best friends after their parents met in a restaurant in New York and have since been & # 39; inseparable & # 39; been. The two families are shown here together on Halloween

The two boys became best friends after their parents met in a restaurant in New York and have since been & # 39; inseparable & # 39; been. The two families are shown here together on Halloween

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Facebook user Taira Withani wrote: & # 39; Why did we ever stop to show how happy we are to see everyone like that every day! & # 39;

& # 39; They are the definition of love !!! You are all wonderful parents !!! We need this unconditional love more !!! & # 39; Added Ayanna Reid.

Dnesey Armor has posted: & # 39; I can monitor this again and again. So innocent and cute. & # 39;

Dana Lor wrote: Both cute, some people have to learn from them because true love does not see the color of people & # 39;

In another video of the two boys, they ran around hand in hand before Finnegan showed Maxwell how to climb a step and then jump off.

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