Many twins frequently communicate at the same time, which has astounded many people. They appear to understand each other and have certain connections that other people are unable to understand.
According to research, when baby twins get the ability to speak, they tend to string together random phrases to express something that they understand, but others do not. People call that “twin language,” so it’s no surprise that they think and act in similar ways.
Moreover, the Scientific American reports, “over the following weeks they reduced the number of movements toward themselves and instead reached more frequently toward their counterparts.”
“By the 18th week they spent more time contacting their partners than themselves or the walls of the uterus. Almost 30 percent of their movements were directed toward their prenatal companions. These movements, such as stroking the head or back, lasted longer and were more accurate than self-directed actions, such as touching their own eyes or mouth.”
Mike Lasky, the father, recorded his twins’ incredible bond and shared it on YouTube. In the video, the adorable, sweet tiny newborns looking in on each other to make sure that they were both doing well and adjusting to their new surroundings.
The babies are looking at each other in the same baby hospital bed, and they are moving their mouths as if they want to talk.
It is unclear whether these two are communicating, but this adorable video of Baby A and Baby B has attracted more than 14 million views.
Now let’s watch the cute video below of the twins talking to each other.