Inside Edition

A mom and dad in Croydon, PA got an unexpected surprise during a twin ultrasound to check on their 25-week babies: the sisters were face-to-face and appeared to be kissing each other. Not even born and these babies are already flaunting their super-close twin relationship. Show-offs.

Carissa Gill and her partner Randy Good were, like any parents-to-be, excited to get a glimpse of their twin daughters, Isabella and Callie. When the ultrasound wand was placed on Gill’s stomach, the girls were moving around. “It first started off Baby B was kissing Baby A on the cheek and then they started getting closer and then they actually kissed on the mouth and it was just so cute,” Gill told Inside Edition.

“It was so exciting to see them like that, I didn’t think they would be that close together.”

Well, there isn’t exactly a lot of room in there, Carissa, but I get what you’re saying.

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The man who performed the ultrasound, John Hamburg of Fetal Vision Imaging, told Huffington Post he’s done thousands of ultrasounds and never seen anything like Gill’s twins. “I’ve done 15,000 of these, and I’ve never seen twins face-to-face, looking like they’re kissing. Usually, one’s head is up and the other is down.”

As a twin, I’m a little jealous that these two seem to be so sweet. My twin brother and I spent our time in the womb beating the shit out of each other. Luckily, he and I are great friends now, and I’m sure these two girls will be, too. And if they aren’t, their mother will be able to pull this photo out and throw it in their faces.

“YOU USED TO LOVE EACH OTHER!” she’ll scream. I might be projecting.

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For now, the “kissing twins” (I’m sure they’ll LOVE that nickname when they’re older) have made their parents incredibly happy. “I don’t know how else to describe it, but seeing them so close like that was just amazing,” said Carissa. “I’ve never seen anything like it. My heart is full.”