From the time we are very young, we begin to show our personalities in very interesting ways. In many cases, we continue to show those personalities throughout our lifetime as we hone them and build them as we get older.
Sometimes, you can look at a child as young as 2 and know what they are going to be known for when they are 40 and it looks like these twins are a prime example. They do something that is so awesome (not to mention cute) that the internet is going crazy over it.
I don’t think that any of us would deny that little children are a lot of fun to watch and sometimes, they are almost too adorable to handle. The expression “as sweet as sugar” is probably the first thing that will come to mind. When you see the twins in this video, you will think they are covered in sugar and honey.
As they hang out in from of the TV, you see Frozen playing in the background. It is what they do next, however, that really got the internet talking and this video went viral almost as soon as it was online.
If you are a parent, grandparent or of you just know someone with little kids, you have been exposed to the movie, Frozen. Many children will watch it over and over again. Honestly, the movie is really good but after you see these twins acting out a scene from Frozen, you will love the movie for an entirely new reason.
The children started out with one resting on a pillow but once the scene from Frozen started, they both sprung into action. When the twin stood up, they held hands almost as if to say, “here we go.”
If you look closely at the TV in the background, however, you will notice that the characters on Frozen are also standing there holding hands. This is just the first example of how they are able to mimic the movie and they do a really great job of it.
When was the last time you saw your children or someone else’s children doing something cute? What is the first thing you do when you see it? Today, we are walking around with a camera/video camera with us at all time so our natural reaction is to grab the camera and start shooting a video.