Every kid in the late '80s and '90s grew up watching 'Full House,' and thanks to countless reruns, so has just about every kid in each decade since. But what do the kids of the 'Full House' stars themselves think of the show?

"My kids are 10 and 7, so they're at the height of 'Fulll House' fandom," Andrea Barber (Kimmy Gibbler) told Us Weekly. "And my daughter was so excited to come here today and to meet Candace [Cameron Bure, who played D.J. Tanner]. I'm like, 'You've already met Candace!'"

"Lots of times!" Bure interjected. (After all, it's a well-known -- and well-documented! -- fact that D.J. and Kimmy are still besties in real life.)

"But this is the first time she's seen Candace since she became a fan of this show," Barber clarified. "So she was so excited to see her and fangirl out."

And as for Candace Cameron Bure's kids? Her youngest, Maks, recently entered his first year of middle school and was having a bit of a rough time -- that is, until his classmates discovered who his mom was.

"'Everybody found out you were my mom! And you're D.J. on 'Full House,' and now everybody wants to be my friend!'" Bure recalled of her son's account. LOL!

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