Sharing Is Caring: Adorable Twin Baby Girls Keep Trading Pacifiers Back And Forth

April 30, 2018

These babies love to share! At an early age, they have realized how important sharing is. They are playing together in their matching onesies and exchanging their pacifiers. Brace yourself for a cuteness overload! These baby girls are so adorable, you won’t believe it!

Pacifiers are a great thing, loved both by babies and parents. It can help in so many situations. When a baby is fussy, parents usually use a pacifier because it has a very soothing effect. It can also be used as a distraction during the day, and it is also helpful when a baby has trouble falling asleep. Of course, it is up to parents to decide whether they’ll use a pacifier or not, but from this video, we can see that these parents have made the right choice.

Their babies love pacifiers and have no problem sharing. It is a sight to see, and their parents must be very proud. Sharing is very important, and these two definitely know that. It is a sight for sore eyes. How precious! Kids can be very selfish, and these two act totally opposite! So young, but they already know sharing is caring! Awww… So wonderful!

Well, twins are quite different from other kids. They share everything! I mean, they shared a mom! They have a special bond that can’t be broken. Imagine, some twins even develop their own language! Yup! For the rest of the world, it’s gibberish, but twins perfectly understand each other. They can have entire conversations in this imagined language! Amazing! I must admit, I am a bit jealous and I’d love to have a twin! I just have to wonder, will they share makeup and shoes as easily as pacifiers once they are teenagers? I am not so sure! LOL!

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