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Nathan And Haley's Son Is All Grown Up At The 'One Tree Hill' Reunion

The Huffington Post The Huffington Post 14/03/2016 Cole Delbyck
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Remember when Lucas realizes Peyton is "the one" after the state championship in Season 4 of "One Tree Hill"?

“Peyton! It’s you ... When all my dreams come true, the one I want next to me. It’s you. It’s you, Peyton,” he said (as if you needed a reminder). 

Replace "Peyton" with "One Tree Hill" and that pretty much sums up our life philosophy. 

It's been four long years since we said goodbye to "One Tree Hill," but much like Lucas and Peyton's eternal love -- sorry, Brucas -- fans' dedication to the teen soap remains everlasting. 

This year marks the second anniversary of Eyecon's "OTH" convention, which draws die-hards from across the country to Wilmington, North Carolina, to celebrate the legacy of a series that taught you to always prioritize clothes over bros. 

Over the weekend, Chad Michael Murray, James Lafferty, Bethany Joy Lenz and the rest of your "One Tree Hill" faves reunited to mingle with fans, take photos, sign autographs and remind us why you should be binge-watching the WB series on Netflix right now. 

The stars documented the convention in all its glory, sharing photos of the epic reunion on social media, including a peek at what Nathan and Haley's son, Jaime, looks like all grown up. 

Father/Son time.

A photo posted by James Lafferty (@thisisjameslafferty) on Mar 12, 2016 at 6:18pm PST

He even whips and nae-naes now.

And, of course, the love story that made you want to invest in a tutor, Naley, granted fans' "request" to see them together once again. Swoon. 

But nothing can compare to the sight of seeing almost all (@SophiaBush, pls answer my texts) of the "OTH" family back together. 

#backstagepass • • • @tylerhilton @katevoegele @antwontanner2214

A photo posted by Bethany Joy Lenz (@joylenz) on Mar 13, 2016 at 5:52pm PDT

We can't help but end this by saying, "There's only one tree hill," and it's true ... 

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