Cute moment of three-month-old twin brothers gurgling and giggling as they respond to each other's expression for the first time
- Ky & # 39; aire and Zy & # 39; aire start dribbling when they see each other's reaction for the first time
- Mother Tyreunna Edmonson and father Trey Cobbs shared a moment in Oklahoma
- Trey says & # 39; That's your brother! & # 39; while the two babies make and grunt eye contact
This is the heart-warming moment when twin brothers giggled and giggled when they first recognized each other well.
Tyreunna Edmonson, 17, saw her three-month-old boys Ky & # 39; aire and Zy & # 39; aire communicate on October 28 in their parental home in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
In the cute clip, the father of the baby, Trey Cobbs, 18, holds Ky & # 39; aire in the air so that he can see Zy & # 39; aire lying on the bed.
Ky & # 39; aire and Zy & # 39; aire were giggled at each other on October 28 at the family home in Oklahoma City
A cheeky grin spreads across the face of Ky & aire while the pair of toddlers make cute sounds to each other.
Trey Cobbs and Tyreunna Edmonson take a selfie with their twin boys Ky & # 39; aire and Zy & # 39; aire
Ky & # 39; aire is so excited that he starts to drool and tries to get closer to his brother, who reaches out for him.
Baby & # 39; s, both wearing onesies with elephant pattern, gargling and beeping with excitement.
Trey says: & # 39; That's your brother! & # 39; and laughs at their interactions.
Tyreunna asks the twins: & # 39; Are you happy? & # 39;
She said: & # 39; Of course they saw each other before, but this was certainly the first time they recognized and responded to each other.
& # 39; Ky & # 39; aire was so excited that he just couldn't stop dribbling.
& # 39; They absolutely love each other, always fall asleep while holding each other's hands. & # 39;
At birth, babies & # 39; s cannot see as well as older children or adults. After about three months, however, their vision is well enough developed that they can follow moving objects with their eyes and reach for things.
Now Ky & # 39; aire and Zy & # 39; aire have reached the developmental milestone their mother says, they can't get & # 39; enough to see each other & # 39 ;.
Father Trey Cobbs, 18, flashes a smile at the camera as he brings his two boys close together. Excited Ky & aire, rightly so, dribbles as he smiles at his twin brother
According to their mother Tyreunna, the twins & # 39; can't get enough to see each other & # 39;
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