Twins have a unique bond that most of us will never entirely understand.
Can you imagine sharing the same womb? Wait, not just sharing the same womb, the same amniotic sac. Since the very beginning of existence your limbs entwined with the limbs of another…
This month I am suddenly fascinated by ultrasound photos. Probably because I really got to looking at a bunch of them when I created this slideshow that includes some of the most fascinating 4D ultrasound images from around the internet. The photos just blew me away. Click on over, you won’t be disappointed.
Of course I’ve been aware of the 4D ultrasound technology, but my doctor didn’t have that in his office and I just didn’t feel like dragging my enormous pregnant body down to one of the private companies that empty your bank account and ask you to name the baby after them, just to get a glimpse at your kid in 4D. What I’m saying is I looked into it once and that 4D business is expensive.
So really, this is the first time I’ve really taken a good long look at 4D sonograms. I’ve just spent the past hour staring at these images of twins. Twins are on a whole other level. They’re almost kind of creepy with their ability to nearly read each others’ minds but, after you’ve seen these photos you’ll understand why they’re the way they are. It’s just amazing. Twins have a relationship with another human being the rest of us will never be able to experience. Marriage doesn’t even come close to what twins have.
I think you’ll notice a lot of these images of twins have one thing in common, one very cool thing that twins do in the womb. Check it out after the jump:
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