If you think back to when you used to open Christmas gifts as a child, chances are you can recall at least one time when you got exactly what you wanted. Perhaps that dream gift was a Barbie doll, a Tickle Me Elmo or even a Red Ryder BB gun.
Whatever the case, we’ve all been there, and when that present was pulled out from under the tree, it was like our entire world was changed for the better.
That’s the kind of experience that one lucky youngster had over the holidays.
In a YouTube video, posted by Break Clips, viewers can see a little boy dressed in snowman-themed pajamas. The child, who seems to be hoping for a specific gift, digs out a few items from his stocking, while surrounded by shredded wrapping paper. After analyzing what seems to be his final present, he tosses it onto the couch in front of him and walks away.
“Are we missing something? Did Santa bring you everything you wanted,” a voice from behind the rolling camera asks. “Is there anything else that you wanted Santa to bring you?”
“I lost my Luke Bryan CD,” the little boy says in response.
That’s when the person filming and the people sitting on the couches in the living room convince the child to double check under the Christmas tree to make sure that he didn’t miss anything. To his surprise, the toddler finds one more carefully wrapped item waiting to be ripped open.
“A little Santa present,” he shouts out before discovering that it’s none other than a copy of Luke’s 2015 “Kill The Lights” album.
“Hey mama! Can I play it?” the kid asks with so much enthusiasm that he can barely finish his sentence. Meanwhile, the child’s reaction to the gift sends the entire room into a fit of laughter!
Now that’s a Christmas done right, y’all!
Speaking of Luke, he did some surprising of his own and bought his wife Caroline two baby kangaroos for Christmas. The two animals are a new addition to the couple’s Brett’s Barn project, according to Luke’s Instagram page. Brett’s Barn is a barn dedicated to Luke and Caroline’s 7-month-old niece Sadie Brett, who died earlier this year. The barn currently houses other rescue animals like llamas and ponies.