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Newborn Twins Discover Brotherhood For The First Time In Precious Video

Newborn twins lay next to each other. One is looking at the other, eyes wide. The second has his mouth wide open, surprised.

When you’re a parent, there are lots of universal experiences you’ll get to share with your little one. Then there are those that only parents of twins get to enjoy. One of the best moments happens when twins first recognize one another. That’s right — it can take months for twins to truly take a look at the other with smiles of recognition. It’s no wonder, then, that when it does finally happen, their parents are overjoyed!

Luckily, a woman named Meagan caught the exact moment her newborn twins noticed one another! It seems that this sweet moment takes place around four months after they were born. In the viral video, the two of them lay next to each other, doing their own thing. But then one of them stops to look at the other, eyes wide. This catches his brother’s attention and, just like that, they can’t stop smiling at each other!

@meagangarr My heart could explode. I hope theyll always be best buds #twins #twinbrothers #twinbabies #twinmom #twinsoftiktok ♬ original sound – Meagangarr

As if their smiles weren’t cute enough, they also make happy little baby noises, all while moving their small limbs, almost like dancing. For a moment, it even seems as though they may hold hands!

“My heart could explode,” Meagan shares in the caption of her post. “I hope they’ll always be best buds.”

Newborn Twins Melt Hearts When They Finally Notice Each Other

Mom isn’t the only one who can’t get over how precious this moment is between her sons! Folks from all over can’t stop gushing over these cuties.

“Wait a second…” someone writes from the perspective of one of the twins, “I know you from somewhere.”

“It is a magical moment when your twins discover each other,” someone else shares.

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