Two Georgia college students have recently discovered they’re biological brothers.

20-year-old Kieron Graham and 29-year-old Vincent Ghant both study political science at Kennesaw State University. They’re even classmates at one point. After receiving an Ancestry DNA kit from his adoptive parents, Graham made a life-changing discovery.

Ghant was 9 years old a 3-month-old Graham was adopted. Their mother said she couldn’t afford to keep both children. Ghant told BuzzFeed he refrained from inquiring about his baby brother because it was painful for his mother to discuss.

At the time I felt like I could not give him what he needed,” Shawn Grant told WFAA.

When Graham saw Ghant’s name in his family lineage, he reached out to him via Facebook.

“When I realized it was him, I was shocked and then elated just to meet him again and talk to him,” Ghant told Inside Edition. “I was very amazed. I started thinking, ‘What if I passed him all these years and didn’t even know it?’ It was just fate that brought us together.”

“The little bit of time I had with him came racing back,” Ghant said.

He told BuzzFeed his mom is ecstatic about the reunion.

“She’s super excited, but half the time she’s also sad [and] fearful,” he told the publication. “He wants him to understand why she had to do what she had to do. But overall she’s very excited.”

Christmas miracle feels, much?