Twin Babies Engaging In Conversation Together (Adorable Alert): All About Twinteraction
My cute ‘lil yappers are 5 years, 7 months & 3 weeks old.
Even if you haven’t been double blessed, these little babies in the video below are sure to put a smile on your face this morning. It honestly makes me wish I could go back with my own duo and capture more of the magic that was going on, but some of which I was too busy and too tired to capture. I did the best I could, and I did do more than most, but could it ever be enough? Watch and you tell me!
If you are reading this and you are still pregnant with twins or more, do make sure to take pictures and videos daily. They will grow up on you fast, and they will always be doing something sweet, funny, shady, interesting or at the very least ‘tape-worthy’ on a regular basis. Mine are 5 now and are such a hoot. My camera runs as long as allowed, meaning that I’m not being a complete pain in the arse that they shun me. I’m not trying to vlog about every second of their lives and make them crazy, though families who do that do very well with making more money on You Tube. I prefer to give my kids enough space to have normal childhoods while feeding my obsession on a healthier level, but I digress. Way off topic here. Let’s get to the cuteness!
Identical baby twins talking together.
When do twins start conversing with one another? As you can see quite early on, however, even inside of the womb there is proven interaction between fetuses that is honestly an incredible thing to think about. Bonding before birth. I mean we moms always knew how special are kids were going to be and are, but in the case of twins, did we know that maybe they thought that their other half was special right from the very start of life as well? Pretty cool to think about.
To read more about twinteraction AKA twin interaction, when it starts, examples and more.. click the pink links below for my other, former articles on the subject. It features my own personal story and timeline with photos and videos, and those of others to. It is quite fascinating.