Video: Cute Twins Found A Pack Of Marshmallows And Enjoyed Every Piece Of It

Family & Kids

December 4, 2018 17:24 By Mambee

Adults can learn a lot from babies. First and foremost, they know how to appreciate the simple pleasures of life. This adorable set of twins are real professionals in enjoying life to the fullest, especially a pack of marshmallows!

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Video: Cute Twins Found A Pack Of Marshmallows And Enjoyed Every Piece Of ItVideo: Cute Twins Found A Pack Of Marshmallows And Enjoyed Every Piece Of ItGita Kulinitch Studio / Shutterstock.com

Twin sisters Addie and Sarah have a craving for the tiny sweet marshmallows. One of them found a pack in the pantry and gestured to dad to open it. That’s when the best part began.

The babies started eating the delicacy pieсe by piece in real ecstasy!

Luckily, their father could make the sweetest footage and we all can enjoy it now. He filmed their feast in two parts, gathering more than 9 million fans in total.

It’s hard not to admire these charming babies.

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Is it safe to snack on  marshmallow at a such young age, though?

They are soft, and you don’t need to have teeth to chew them. Moreover, they literary melt in the mouth and have wonderful taste. It’s not recommended to overfeed babies with them, however, due to their excessive amount ot sugar.

If you plan to make a similar video with your baby, remember the main safety rules. For instance, hard small objects, as well as big lumps of food, can be dangerous and increase the risk of choking.

Video: Cute Twins Found A Pack Of Marshmallows And Enjoyed Every Piece Of ItVideo: Cute Twins Found A Pack Of Marshmallows And Enjoyed Every Piece Of ItDaniel Vitek / Shutterstock.com

Never leave your baby with any food unsupervised. Overall, children’s safety is much more important than making a video.

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