What a time to be alive.
230 new emojis are set to enter your life and establish themselves as regular fixtures in your respective WhatsApp groups, according to Emojipedia.
The final list has been approved and will include the likes of a white heart, gender-inclusive couples, disability-positive emojis and a number of animals we've never seen in emoji-form before.
As well as this, you'll now witness a yawning face, a flamingo, an otter, a guide dog, a waffle, a pinching hand, a yo-yo and a Hindu temple among others, next time you go to choose one for a text.
The actual breakdown amounts to 59 brand new individual emojis, reaching the 230 figure when all variations are taken into account.
An official release date of just when they all land on your iPhone or Android has yet to be unveiled, but you may have a gander at what to expect in shiny video form below.
A notable addition to the new and expansive emoji library is a drop of blood, which is meant to symbolise a new way to talk about menstruation.
Its addition follows a campaign by Plan International UK, a girls' rights charity that held an online vote in 2017 for what a period-themed emoji should look like.
The most popular choice was a pair of pants marked by blood but when that was rejected by the Unicode Consortium, the charity pushed for a blood drop instead.
"For years we've obsessively silenced and euphemised periods," said Lucy Russell, head of girls' rights at the group.
"An emoji isn't going to solve this but it can help change the conversation. Ending the shame around periods begins with talking about it".