When their father plays his self-composed guitar piece called My Paradise – a song he wrote specifically for his daughters – these toddler twins begin to dance. These are the same babies who went viral in 2012 for dancing in their high chairs to their father’s guitar playing.
The adorable, caught-on-tape moment of two 19-month-old identical twins dancing was posted on YouTube by Brovadere, who writes:
“At 19 months, our identical twin girls are still dancing to daddy’s guitar.” It’s incredible how kids come up with their own dance moves! The tune I’m playing is an original that I wrote specifically for them:)”
The father of these gorgeous twin daughters is an independent artist who enjoys writing, producing, and mixing music, according to his YouTube page.
The twins transform the lounge where their fireplace is into a dance floor, complete with matching clothing, matching hairdo, and, of course, matching enthusiasm for music.
The video was posted over seven years ago, so the twins are now in elementary school, but we like to assume they still jam and hop whenever their father pulls out his guitar and starts playing.
These are the same babies who took over the internet in 2012 by doing what they do best: grooving to music. What makes the video even more wonderful is that it demonstrates how important a twin link is: just look at how they stare at each other when the music starts, as if to say, “Are you thinking what I’m thinking?”
A McMaster University study discovered that babies who are exposed to music are more likely to grin. When these musical babies cry, they are simpler to soothe than non-musical babies. Furthermore, increased music exposure has been connected to babies who are more likely to explore their surroundings. Smart parents should expose their young children to music for a variety of reasons.