The arrival of a new baby in the family is the most precious thing in the life of two people who committed to love and cherish each other. Even though raising a child requires lots of patience and finance, it’s still something parents wouldn’t change for the world.
Now, imagine welcoming two babies at the same time. Yes, it can be challenging, but twins are those special siblings whose bond is stronger than any other. At least you’ll know your kids will have a best friend for life.
When this loving family learned they will be having twins, they needed some time to wrap their heads around. But when the boys were born, the family and the doctors witnessed one of the most emotional scenes they’ve ever encountered.
The beautiful babies announced their big arrival into the world crying and sobbing, pretty much like most other babies who lost the comfort and the warmth of the mommy’s tummy. They seemed to be inconsolable, but that’s when the magic happened.
Baby brothers reached out for each other, and as soon as they felt each other’s presence and skin to skin touch, the noise stopped. Everyone watched in awe, while the cutie pies cuddled.
The parents didn’t want to separate the twins at night, so they placed them in the same bed. Although many people will judge this decision, believing it’s not safe for the kids, the National Health Service comes with the following explanation.
“You may put your twins to sleep in a single cot while they’re small enough, either because they slept together in [the] hospital or because space is limited. This is called co-bedding and is perfectly safe. In fact, putting twins in the same cot can help them regulate their body temperatures and sleep cycles, and can soothe them and their twin.
If you put your twins in the same cot, follow the same safe sleeping advice as for a single baby. They should be placed on their backs with the tops of their heads facing one another and their feet at opposite ends of the cot, or side by side on their backs, with their feet at the foot of the cot.”
That means the babies will get to cuddle as much as they want, even while sleeping.
Take a look at the most adorable scene in the below video, and please share it with friends.