Woman tracks down brothers she met at Saints game through touching Facebook post

"They were super well-mannered, super well behaved."

A woman has reunited with two young fans she met at a New Orleans Saints football game after her quest to find them through Facebook went viral.

Danielle Trahan of Maurice, Louisiana, was able to track down Jairen, 8 and Terrion, 14 -- brothers whom she and her husband Dustin bonded with at the Saints’ game against the Carolina Panthers on Nov. 24. Her social media plea to find the boys was shared 33,000 times.

"Yesterday at the New Orleans Saints Game we were sitting in section 130, row 10 and we were right next to seats 9 and 10," Trahan, a teacher's aide in the special education department, wrote on Facebook. "In those 2 seats I met the most polite well mannered kids...The whole game we high fived, shared nachos and talked."

Jairen and Terrion had attended the game thanks to a family friend who gifted the tickets to one of the boy's grandmothers. Because there were only two tickets, their father, Jonathan Shaffer, waited outside the stadium so his sons could go instead, Trahan told "Good Morning America."

"We bought them nachos and foam fingers," Trahan said. "They were the cutest little boys. They were super well-mannered, super well behaved."

Trahan said she shared the post on Facebook in hopes to get the photo of the boys' first football game to their parents.

Eventually, Trahan was connected to their, dad, Shaffer.

"They had a real good time and they told me they met a lady and a gentleman that was very nice to them," Shaffer of Baton Rouge, told "GMA." "I appreciated it very much and I thank Miss Danielle for doing it."

Trahan said several people reached out offering tickets so she and her husband could share another game with Jairen, Terrion and their family.

Eventually, the injury attorney for the Saints gifted them tickets to the upcoming Colts/Saints matchup on Dec. 16.

Shaffer said he and his sons are "ecstatic" to attend with the Trahans.