Twins share a special bond from the moment they’re born, as proven by a viral — and very adorable — video showing twins holding hands moments after being delivered.
The video was first shared last summer by Ceci, the twins’ mom who has been sharing her postpartum journey on her YouTube channel, Twinbaby Adventures, as well as food prep ideas and nutrition and fitness advice on her Instagram, @fitbreezylife. In addition to running these channels, Ceci also has a podcast, Women in Season, where she encourages women to “choose their hard” and provides motivational support to help others achieve their goals.
The video has once again gone viral, and after watching it, you will see why. Check it out below.
How cute is that? Look at the one tiny hand reaching for the other tiny hand! It just melts the heart.
When Ceci originally posted the video, she commented, “Our babies were born. Sister reaching over for her sister’s hand.”
Ceci, who ultimately had a C-section, continued, “Everything turned out great, babies came out healthy, as crazy as all of this was I remained calm through the entire process and was never in any severe pain. I believe everything happens for a reason and everything just fell into place. Even though this wasn’t my original birth plan, I am thankful for how things turned out.”
The twin girls are now a little over a year old and Ceci recently reflected about her life with twins. She hilariously (and accurately) commented, “A true twin mom never sleeps #nationaltwinday.”
Ceci and her family live in San Diego.
What do you think of the viral video of twins holding hands? Have you ever noticed that special bond twins have in real life? Drop us a comment!
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