This gives us all the feels
When you were a kid, what did you want for Christmas? A GameBoy? A new fluffy toy? A cool superhero outfit? Well, these three girls got the most memorable Christmas present of their lives this year - when their parents put their new adopted brother Nathan under the tree.
Courtney and Steve Solstad, parents to the four cuties, posted on Facebook: 'The girls knew nothing about Nathan until this. We met them at the door and told them that we had been out Christmas shopping and got them a gift to share…and it was under the tree!'
Watch the adorable moment below...
To say the girls were excited would be an understatement. Crying, flapping their hands with excitement and leaping up and down with joy, one of them even declared 'I'm going to wet my pants!'
The Solstads wrote on Facebook that adding Nathan to their family has been 'one of the most magical experiences in our lives'.
Courtney wrote: 'We prayed big things and God answered in big ways. Our little guy is so incredibly perfect.'
We're sure this is one Christmas surprise the family will never forget.
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