Everyone loves the Caps. Everyone's ecsatic that they won the Stanley Cup. But do you know what's even better?

The Caps dads lifting their kids to touch the cup, or even sit in it. 

The median age of the Capitals roster this year was just over 28 years old. In the last few years, throughout Trotz's time in DC, many of the team members have gotten married, settled down, or even welcomed children into their family.

Even for those who either find themselves new to town or who opt to stay focused on their game, many have strong family ties and invited relatives out to Vegas to watch Game 5. The result is a plethora of delightful celebrations with kids, siblings, parents, grandmas, and more. Here's our roundup of some of the best.

To start us off, Nicklas Backstrom placed his 1-year-old son Vince inside the bowl of the Stanley Cup. Vince's red shoes coordinate perfectly with his Caps jersey.

Here's their whole ridiculously photogenic family, as well as the extended Swede family of Backstrom, Burakovsky, and Djoos.

Meanwhile, John and Gina Carlson, as well as their sons Lucca and Rudy, convened for hugs and lifts. Look at this joyful family squish! Look at those curls!

In the same vein of family ties, TJ Oshie embraced his father before tearfully speaking in an interview about watching his dad struggle through Alzheimer's.

Oshie's daughters, Lyla and Leni, also stole the show. Their hairbow and jersey coordination may be the best street style you see today. 

Evgeny Kuznetsov, who put up over 30 points as one of the Caps' core players in this postseason, shared an emotional moment with his wife and daughter. And we saw more hairbows! Maybe they're on to something...

Next up is Jay Beagle, who had several family members present for the win. That's one way to take a great photo for your holiday card!

Braden Holtby, whose phenomenal performance laid the foundation for the Caps' deep postseason run, was greeted by his mother Tami, his wife Brandi, and his children. Try to watch this and not tear up, I dare you.

Here's a blurry Holtby selfie for the history books.

Phillip Grubauer, the Caps' backup, posed for photos with his parents and partner. 

Lastly, but certainly not least, we have a Smith-Pelly family embrace. Smiles all around.

Looking forward to more photos of families, dogs, and babies in the Cup this offseason!