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Newborn Twins are Inconsolable After Birth But What Happens When They’re Reunited Is Incredible

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When Lonie Paxton used a Go Pro to document the births of his twin sons Leonidas and Reese, he probably wasn’t expecting to capture the significant bond that most twins experience. But, that’s exactly what happened.

Like many newborns, the twins were inconsolable as they were being handled and adapting to the sudden adjustment to their lives. But when they were reunited, their reactions were of complete comfort, as if they had been missing each other during those first few moments apart.

Does their reaction surprise you? Please comment below.

H/T: Q Political

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Comments on “Newborn Twins are Inconsolable After Birth But What Happens When They’re Reunited Is Incredible”

  1. Jackie says:

    As the mother of identical twins, I am here to tell you that their relationship is unlike anything else I have experienced. I did not start out with any preconceived notions about this…if anything I would have considered the stories I heard as old wives’ tales. I made every effort to treat them as individuals, but they are just closer than other siblings. (My husband, oldest of 10, said they got along so well as children that it was sickening–joke, but you get the idea.)

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