There is probably nothing cuter in the world than a baby human (or baby anything, really), so when you have two of them, oh lord, the cuteness! Who can stand it?
The twins in this video are clearly engaged in a very important conversation that neither seems willing to relent on. Is it an argument? A secret twin language?
Some believe that twins have a secret language that only they can understand, but others say that is just a myth caused by two babies learning to babble together. What is clear is that two young babies quickly realize how enamored we are by their chatting together and quickly learn to manipulate it.
See the video:
My children aren't twins like these two, but they're only 18 months apart, and they love to hug each other and cuddle. But these parents should watch out.
My children now love to hug one another and then glance up at us to make sure we're watching. "Aren't we sooooooo cute?" my daughter will ask in her most adorable "I am trying to get something from you" voice. This is quickly followed by: "Now can I have a popsicle/lollipop/toy/etc.?"
Yes, they're adorable. And yes, it works. So watch it parents of twins and close-in-age siblings. They know exactly how cute they really are.
Do your kids have a secret language?
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