Just a few months ago, 2-year-old Asher Goldberg was deaf. But after a successful cochlear implant surgery, the little boy can finally hear.

Asher, his sister, and his parents, Michael and Robyn, were on “Fox and Friends” this morning to discuss what they’re calling a magical turn of events. They told Clayton Morris about the first time Asher heard the sound of his mother’s voice.

“Well it was the first time we saw him react to sound ever, just seeing him even turn his head was … we didn't even know how to experience that feeling. It was shocking, exciting, scary. We were relieved that it worked and that we could have some success with it,” Robyn said.

“It was one of those moments that you kinda hope for and never really think it's going to happen because we had gone through so much of just trying to talk to him, trying to get any sort of response. And then to just see him react to anything sound-related was amazing,” Michael said.

Watch the interview above.