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ALBERTA — If you need an extra dose of cuteness today, we have the perfect video for you.
The Webb Quad Squad is a group of four identical quadruplet girls from Canada — Abigail, Emily, Grace and McKayla — who were born May 6, 2016, and are no strangers to winning over the internet.
Shortly after they were born, the now 1 1/2-year-old girls went viral for their adorable newborn pics, as well as the fact that they were conceived without the use of fertility drugs, something one doctor said was a 1 in 729,000 chance.
Now, the toddlers are filling the internet's awww quota with a viral New Year's video.
The video, posted Monday to their Webb Quadruplets Updates Facebook page, shows the four little girls hugging each other as the "Moana" soundtrack plays in the background. But the best part is that these little girls are not satisfied with just one hug. They each take turns hugging each other and sharing the love throughout the entirety of what may already be one of the best videos of the year (the 34 million Facebook views show a lot of people seem to agree).
Because it's true that a hug can turn your day around, enjoy this video and then share it with someone who just may need a little extra joy and sweetness in their life today.