Taylor Swift has been reaping the benefits of her near-record-setting first two-week album sales for 1989, and now right before the holiday season she has decided to give back to one lucky fan. The "Blank Space" singer paid a surprise visit to a fan in North Haven, Connecticut, with some gifts for her son. According to Billboard, Stephanie Barnett and Swift met on social media years ago and stayed in touch. Now Taylor Swift decided to make the relationship more personal by paying a visit to the mom and her 2-year old son, Leyton.

According to NBC Connecticut, Taylor Swift came bearing gifts for Leyton, including a toddler-sized Mercedes.

"I open the door and she's like, 'Hey, Steph!' and it's just her right there, and I lost it," Barnett said. "I lost it for a while."

"She went to FAO Schwarz and got a bunch of stuff for Leyton," Barnett explained. "The car was so big, she's like, 'I don't know how to ship it, so I thought I'd bring it over.' And I was like, who does that? It's incredible."

Taylor Swift has been known to buy gifts for her fans, but rarely goes and delivers them in person.

"She's unbelievable. The things she does for her fans, and she's a really amazing person. She's gotten a lot of people through so much more than anyone can imagine," Barnett said. "I was literally bawling on my couch, like, inconsolably, that she would do this for me and my son."

According to reports, she then went to a local Starbucks where she mingled with fans for about 10 minutes and even took a few pictures.

Taylor Swift is still in the midst of a busy media tour in support of her album 1989 that will include a performance on Thanksgiving Day on CBS.