Video of Babies Chatting 'Twin Language' Has Internet Amazed: 'So Smart'

Twins have a unique bond, and one video of two twin babies communicating at night proves this to be true.

Connecticut-based mom Cami Boehme has a TikTok account called Boehmetwins where she showcases the shenanigans of her adorable infant twins, Ivy and Jack.

Posting a clip on January 13, which has since gone viral on the app with 23 million views, we can see how the toddlers communicate in their special "twin language."

Filmed on home surveillance via a nighttime camera, the video begins by showing the two twins in their cots, which are situated next to one another.

While Ivy is sleeping, Jack can be seen standing up and launching his pacifier into her cot.

Text overlaying the footage explains: "Jack wakes up alone and throws his binky at Ivy trying to wake her up. He quickly regrets throwing his binky and calls out to wake her up."

We can then see the youngster leaning over to where his sister is sleeping and letting out high-pitched weeps to attract her attention.

The text then describes her actions: "Reluctantly, she stretches and wakes up. She hears his cries for help and somehow understands. She drags herself up. How does she know what he wants?"

The little girl walks over to her brother and hands him back the pacifier as the video narrates: "Here you go, bro. I got you. Here's your binky."

Ivy then places it in her twin's mouth and "hops away happily."

The impressive video, which can be watched here, has gained lots of traction online, having been liked by a staggering 2.5 million people and surpassed 72,700 shares.

Many people also flooded the comments section with their thoughts on the twins' interaction.

One TikTok user, Heidi Moreno Leyva, wrote: "Uhhh the bottled mover in the beginning by its own and than something passed the camera."

Another person, Amanda Martin6675, added: "How she knew where it was and to go directly for it is amazing how sweet."

Badatthis59 explained: "How does kids bodies allow them to just wake up and start jumping... I couldn't never [laughing-face emoji]."

Vivinazart observed: "At the beginning she was 100 percent thinking 'ugh I'm gonna have to take care of this man for the rest of my life!' lol [laughing-face emoji]."

Jasper Sams gushed: "THEY ARE SO SMART."

Anya Marie commented: "It's called twin speak there's some studies on it very interesting."

RaiseYourStandard.s disagreed, typing: "I don't think that was twin speak, I think that was dolphin."

Compa_Manni joked: "No one's gonna talk about lil man's accuracy though?" alongside a string of laughing face emojis.

This isn't the first time the children have gone viral for their nighttime shenanigans. Another recent video made the internet chuckle, for it showed Jack launching a bottle at a sleeping Ivy!

A stock image of two twin babies. On TikTok a video of infant twins chatting at night has impressed many online. iStock