Twins Kept Hugging Each Other Even After The Birth

Date May 16, 2019 17:59

It’s so rare but precious to be able to witness the very beginning of a new life.

Twins Kept Hugging Each Other Even After The BirthJeerapong Tosa-ngad /

This video shows two newborn babies. Moreover, they do not seem to realize that they are in this world. They don’t cry or panic. Instead, they keep hugging each other. The newborns think they are still in their mother’s womb.

It’s all because this special technique this nurse is using. He places the twins into a bath with a soft stream of water pouring on their faces. This method helps gently introduce the newborns to the new environment. And it definitely works!

Watch this video to witness this one of a kind moment and let us know what you think about it in the comments!

One question that most people may ask themselves after watching this sweet bond between these babies is 'how long will it last'. We look at these two, and all we want is for them to stay close forever. Turns out, this is very possible. Let's share another adorable story with you.

Twins Jenna and Jillian were born in 2014. They were born 45 seconds apart, and afterwards, they were pictured holding hands. Two years later, the parents revealed how inseparable the girls are. They love to go everywhere together and care very much of one another. They came into the world holding hands, and clearly, they still maintain that strong sisterly affection years later.

And just in case you have not completed your daily dose of sweetness, then we present you with one more twin-awesomeness. In this video, a newly born set of twins can be seen seemingly having a conversation with one another. However, we cannot understand what they are talking about.

As evidenced by these babies, being a twin is so much more than just sharing a womb. It is, often times, the beginning of a truly special bond.

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