Video Shows Sweet Baby’s Hilarious Reaction to 1st Time Seeing Twins

Video Shows Sweet Baby’s Hilarious Reaction to 1st Time Seeing Twins

- An adorable baby's side-splitting reaction to spotting twins for the first time has social media in tears of laughter

-@Nuabz took to Twitter to share the amusing clip and had many users wondering about the moment they first saw twins

- Briefly News took a look at some of social media users priceless reactions to the clip hilarious

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As an infant, everything is new and strange and full of possibility. Sometimes these new discoveries make us stop and giggle in complete joy while other times the oddness of the world is absolutely frightening.

Video Shows Sweet Baby’s Hilarious Reaction to 1st Time Seeing Twins
This little boy's definitely not happy after spotting his first set of twins. Images: @Nuabz/Twitter
Source: Twitter

An adorable little baby experienced one of these startling moments when he saw twin brothers for the first time. His mother caught the hilarious incident on camera and we couldn't help but chuckle at the sweet baby's reaction.

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In the video, the mom is heard trying to comfort her panicked child through fits of laughter while the twin brothers teasingly reassure the boy they mean no harm.

The hilarious video definitely had many users thinking back to the first time they first saw twins. Read some of their comments below:

@lerattonaLEDi said:

"My dad is actually a twin. Man looking for him at family occasions is stressful."

@Braidsupzaa said:

"My dad has a twin sister but it never stressed me, instead I remember being in Grade 1 praying I fall pregnant with twins too."

@VilakaziSoul said:

" Mbuso and Mbusi. They have been clowns since we were children."

@Nuabz said:

"Ag I was only told at 22 that I was a twin. Forget that I would ask my mom to make me a twin my whole childhood and had a maaaaajor obsession. Black parents will do you dirty."

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@Nuabz said:

"My mom is a twin, I only realised later in life that they are “twins”... all along I just thought bayafana nje."

Meanwhile, Briefly News previously reported that a viral clip of a kid welcoming her daddy has shown that irrespective of one's age, our hearts respond the same when we see our loved ones after a long period of time.

In the short video shared by @Iamsoola1, the baby all dressed up, ran towards the door into the warm embrace of her father who had been away for seven months on military duty. The child's facial reaction strikes emotions as she kept screaming 'papa!' while throwing around her legs in great excitement.

As at the time of writing this report, the clip has been watched over 150,000 times with thousands of likes and retweets from tweeps who said that children are always lovely.

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Briefly News compiled some of the reactions below:

@Subomilaw said:

"One of the reasons it's nice to have female kid... Which male kid has this time..."

@tweetdeyemi said:

"This picture is actually making me picture myself with a kid ni sha."

@Iamsoola1 said:

"I am crying from her voice saying papa and her laughter. True love right there."

@kashamyohannag said:

"Crying, wishing my dad could return like this some day but it is not possible. I won't see him again, is been 13yrs since baba left us but it is still fresh, may God protect this man for his family so that the joy in this little girl won't fade bcos the pains of losing a dad is bad."

@FUNMIGRACE5 said:

"Watch this several times and it gives me so much joy, nothing like having your two parents together and all taking their respective roles actively."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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