Bringing a new human being into the world is the most amazing thing that can happen to a woman, but bringing two new lives at the same time must be twice as joyful. Can you imagine the joy of seeing them for the first time?
A report from the Public Library of Science One states that twin fetuses can interact with each other and socialize even while in the womb. Furthermore, the report reveals that twin babies are able to interact socially with other humans soon after they are born.
In this article you can see an adorable video from an MRI scan which shows the endearing communication between two little beings who have the whole world waiting for their arrival.
One of the twins, the one on the right, looks more active and dominant, while the one on the left is more careful and gentle. You can clearly see how one of the twins is kicking the other while the other is gently kissing him on the forehead. It’s amazing to witness these cute babies communicating while still in their mother’s womb.
It has also been proven that twins` behavior can be seen while they are still in their mother`s womb.
Unborn Baby Eats, Sneezes And Cries Inside The Womb
What does a baby do for those nine months in the womb?
When Alexandre Lambert accompanied his wife to an ultrasound scan, he found out exactly what his baby son was up to.
The couple were already delighted watching their little bundle of joy via a standard 2D scan, then 3D stills.
But nothing could prepare them for meeting him via a 4D scan, and they were so excited by what the technology revealed, the also shared it on YouYube.
“First we were amazed by the quality, we had never seen a 4D scan before.
“The first thing I said to my wife was: ‘Wow! He looks so much like your brother!’ Funny, because even now people are still saying that about him!”
A 4D scan shows moving 3D images of an unborn baby (time being the fourth dimension), and are perfect for capturing those movements that are otherwise missed.
Baby Lambert was sleeping at the time of the scan, so Alexandre’s wife was told to move around a bit.
Sander’s little boy in 2D, and pulling a face in 4D! (Image: Alexandre Lambert)
What they witnessed was incredible: “They checked again and he was rubbing his eyes! And pulling a sad face, probably because he didn’t like to be woken up.”
“He still pulls that face when he has to do something he doesn’t want to do, like eating something he doesn’t like.”
But their son wasn’t quite done with his live-action debut: “When he started eating and drinking we, including the person operating the machine, were amazed!”
Alexandre’s son is now almost three, and his parents have shown him the precious footage (although he thinks it’s of his baby brother).
Alexandre remains as awed and impressed today by the magic as he did three years ago.
“It really is an amazing technology. Seeing a little person in there doing all of that makes you realize even more how precious that little fellow inside the belly is.”
The video starts with the ultrasound of the couple’s baby, where you can clearly see the little tyke almost grown to its full size.
Then about at 22 seconds, you can watch the 4-D scan of the child and you can see the serene expression on its face as it snoozes comfortably on its side.
Fast forward to 37 seconds, and you can actually see the little one eating! Now that’s something we bet you’ve never even seen before. You can watch the baby grab a mouthful of the food that comes its way and chew it like a happy little chomper.
At 1:13 minutes, you can watch its little face squirm into a half smile, half annoyance as it just relaxes. Probably the mommy had gulped down a glass of cold water and the little one was not pleased!
At 1:33 minutes, the little one looks fast asleep with its tiny head resting on its little arms.
There’s this precious moment at 2:13 minutes where you can look at the little one rubbing its eyes with the smaller-than-pint-sized fingers.
The video ends with the baby falling back to sleep, which we’re sure can melt the coldest of hearts on this planet.
The next time you have a baby, make sure you get a 4-D scan done. You won’t regret it. Watching their little antics when they are inside you will make you appreciate their theatrics all the more when you finally get to swaddle them.
Source: momjunction.com, mirror.co.uk