South Carolina toddler Sutton Whitt has pulled emotional strings for thousands of people on Facebook, and the best part is she was just reciting her bedtime prayers.

On Sunday night, parents Kathryn and Caleb Whitt had to forgo their nightly ritual of bedtime prayers with their two-year-old daughter because the Panthers were about to kick the Cardinals' butts for the NFC Championship. Normally, reciting prayers is about a 20-second ordeal, according to Kathryn who is a preschool teacher. But this prayer lasted two minutes long and is the first time the she did it all by herself.

"We started hearing noises upstairs," said Kathryn to CNN. "We then pulled up the baby monitor on my cell phone and hit record."

You can hear Sutton saying prayers for various names, including parents, grandparents, family friends and even Santa Claus. You can also hear her saying her thanks many times over.

"I was just shocked at her age that she wanted to think through everyone she wanted to pray for," her mother said.

The video was shared on Facebook, initially for family and friends but this is too good not to share for the entire world to 'awwwww' at.