Well, this video just made our day.

Little baby Arlo Clark got to hear his mother's voice for the first time after being fitted with a hearing aid. In a truly touching moment, caught on camera by Arlo's mom, Sara Clark, the 10-month-old can be seen with his hearing aid on his left ear.

"Hi!" Sara can be heard saying to Arlo.

After hearing his mom's voice, Arlo looks up and cracks a huge smile, also letting out an adorable giggle.

"Hello!" Sara repeated as Arlo had a bit of a shocked expression on his face.

According to the Daily Mail, Arlo, who is partially deaf in both ears, was fitted with a hearing aid on Dec. 10.

"The moment I saw that he could hear my voice I had tears in my eyes," Sara told the outlet. "I wasn't expecting him to be able to hear me at all. I couldn't believe that at last he could hear me."

Sara went on to add, "At first he looked completely shocked and then once I started talking to him he started to giggle and to smile."

The mom-of-two, who hails from Worcestershire, England, also shared with the Daily Mail that she and her husband haven't been able to sing to Arlo ot share those "special" newborn moments.

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"Now that he can hear we feel like we finally have him properly in our lives," Sara shared with the outlet.

Watch the heartwarming video above!

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