From puppies eating bows on Christmas to babies laughing at torn paper, no other video stole our hearts faster than adorable twins Justin and Jeremy with their fantastic dance moves.

If you haven't seen the YouTube videos already, Justin and Jeremy break it down to Outkast's Hey Ya, Bruno Mars' The Lazy Song, and numerous other hits sure to make you smile.

The pair's amazing dancing has landed them on NBC's The Today Show, The Rosie O'Donnell Show, the Ellen DeGeneres Show, and many other television programs. How exactly did these amazing youngsters become an Internet sensation?

It might have all started with their father Nestor Garcia, who was a dancer back in the day.

Nestor himself was a dancer during his college years but since then he hasn't had the chance to do much dancing...much less in front of the kids! Guess this is exactly what they mean by it being 'in the genes,' said family friend Mouse Munoz.

Munoz works with Garcia on The Filipino Channel (TFC), a television network based in San Francisco. Garcia is the one to thank for their Just Dance movement.

It all started a few months ago when Nestor was told about how the 'Just Dance' game for the Wii was a lot of fun especially among kids. So Nestor decided to buy the game, said Munoz.

At this point, he had no idea that his twins had any special talent in dancing. As soon as Justin and Jeremy started playing the game, they were hooked! They couldn't stop dancing. What amazed him and his wife, Nina, was the fact that Justin and Jeremy could play the levels instantly and showed so much skill!

Justin and Jeremy are just five-years-old and are already YouTube sensations. How did they hit the web? Their father Nestor decided to film the delightful twins playing the Just Dance game and uploaded the videos to YouTube. He initially intended to share the footage with just family and friends. He never expected the videos to become as popular as they are.

Their 'Hey-Ya' video went from 0 to 1,000,000+ views in a day! Recently, Justin and Jeremy shot the commercial for the Just Dance Kids game for Ubisoft, the game's manufacturer. The past few months have been mind-boggling for the family to say the least, said Munoz.

The twins are currently in kindergarten and still love to dance every day after school. When Nestor brought home Just Dance 3 they were more excited than ever.

In two days, Justin and Jeremy were able to memorize the choreography to several songs. Their proud dad has been uploading more videos since, he said.

If you've seen the videos, you'll know that Jeremy is especially fluid on the dance floor, but that doesn't mean Justin does not have a lot to offer himself.

Little do they know the Justin is more adept at puzzle games such as Angry Birds, Where's My Water, and Cross Fingers. He could figure out the solution to a puzzle in no time! said Munoz.

Look forward to big things from these little tykes in the upcoming year. In the mean time, check out the cutest video of 2011 -- Justin and Jeremy dancing to Outkast's Hey Ya.