I can see it so clearly. It's 2008, you're sitting in front of the TV awaiting the new "Camp Rock" movie so that you could catch a glimpse of the hottest new band, the Jonas Brothers.

You've seen them before on an episode of "Hannah Montana" and you love their music already. But, little did you know, this new movie will bring them to a new peak of fame.

They become every little girl's favorite guys in no time. We were all quickly deciding which member of the band we were going to marry (Nick, for me) and hanging their posters across our walls.

This was over 10 years ago — and now they're back.

The Jonas Brothers are finally back after so many years without them. Us college kids are feeling nostalgic over the Jo Bros we used to know and love, while the girls who are the age that we were when they first came around are discovering them for the very first time. And that's crazy to me.

The legacy of the Jonas Brothers is an unforgettable one. They were basically the One Direction of 2008 to 2010. They had the ultimate crazy fan base of young girls who fantasized about them. And there's now going to be a whole new generation of young girls going through that all over again now that they've made a surprisingly amazing comeback.

It's crazy how many things from our childhood are making a comeback and will be experienced for the first time by the younger generation. The emotions and feelings that we felt over these things and people so long ago are going to be repeated and I couldn't be happier.

The Jonas Brothers were and always will be a part of who we are. I can only be glad that their comeback is a good one and that the 10-year-old girl inside all of us will live on.