Adorable baby twin boys cry when they're separated

Adorable baby twin boys cry when they're separated

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Babies are little miracles and sometimes they remind us just how wonderful they are by doing something heart-warmingly cute or lovely.

A set of twin boys did just that when they were separated at birth. The boys, Caleb and Weston, started crying and could not be soothed until they were back in each other's company.

Their proud dad was nearby with a camera, ready to film the cute display of twin-bond.

Dane, a medical student at the University of Central Florida, was happy to film the endearing moment.


Like any proud parent he took to social media to share his love and gratitude of having a healthy set of twins who already know the meaning of brotherly love.

Dane hopes that the bond of his sons will help him and his wife grow as parents and be inspirational as they grow up.

Their sisters cannot get enough of them! Lisa and I are smitten as well.
One of our greatest hopes, when we found out we were having twins, was that, as they grew, they would be good friends and support one another. Seeing them comfort each other just moments after birth was almost like the first step in that special relationship.

The boys were quite the little superstars as they attracted the attention of their local news channel. The parents gladly shared the video of the two boys.

Dane stated on Facebook that it felt a bit odd to have gotten so much attention.

It's a little strange seeing them get this kind of attention; we just hope they brighten someone's day. They sure brighten ours!

It's the small miracles and little events in life that reminds us how wonderful being alive is.

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