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Baby sees her parents for the first time, totally makes our Monday morning

Young Piper has seen the light.

What started as a video posted to a Facebook account a little over a month ago is now getting a Cincinnati, Ohio family on the news.

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Jessica Sinclair and Andrew Verdusco’s baby daughter, Piper, proved to be having trouble learning to crawl. After a visit with a pediatrician showed that she was extremely farsighted, she was fitted for corrective prescription glasses.

“A week later we picked up the glasses and she tried them on for a quick second in the office to make sure they fitted properly. Then we decided to go out to eat… and then this was her reaction of her first time being able to see our faces,” Sinclair told Cincinnati’s Local 12 News.

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Piper’s loving smile upon recognition of her parents is so simultaneously innocent and powerful that it has captured the eyes and hearts of people across the globe, thanks in part to a boost on the Today Show’s Facebook this morning.

H/T Huffington Post | Screengrab via Jessica Sinclair/Facebook

Dylan Love

Dylan Love

Dylan Love is an editorial consultant and journalist whose reporting interests include emergent technology, digital media, and Russian language and culture. He is a former staff writer for the Daily Dot, and his work has been published by Business Insider, International Business Times, Men's Journal, and the Next Web.