The sweetest newborn moments frequently occur while a camera is out of reach. However, a mother or father’s excellent timing can occasionally result in a beautiful memory to treasure for years. This is demonstrated in this video of a baby twin duet.
Twin twins in swaddling blankets look up at the camera. They produce the nicest facial expressions while listening to their mother sing over them. They start contorting their features and moving their lips. They finally start singing along with Natalie, their mother.
‘Our precious infant twins have been hearing this music since they were in the womb,’ says the mother. Natalie Ledbetter contributed writing. They were four months old in this video, but because they were born prematurely, their adjusted age was just two months!’
The twins gaze at their mother and listen with their eyes wide open. They produce gorgeous tiny smiles and amusing expressions while she sings. They are all looking at her while she sings to them.
‘They quickly lighted up and knew exactly what to do when I started singing,’ Natalie writes. Sure enough, the twins start talking. They produce noises and twist their lips in an attempt to form words.
A parent or caregiver should anticipate to hear vocalization from their infant around the age of two months. They have the ability to ‘coo’ and ‘gurgle.’ Some newborns, like the twins in this video, create vowel sounds.
Babies communicate with noises as well as smiles. They wait for an adult reaction and frequently copy what their parent does with their face. These twins wanted to imitate the singing down to the contour of their lips. It’s a much-needed daily dose of cuteness!