Ultrasound Captures Twin Sisters Kissing in Utero

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ByAnisa Arsenault
Associate Editor
Published
Apr 2017
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As moms-to-be will attest, every sonogram is special. But once in a while, one stands out above the rest. Like that time a baby kicked right through the womb. Or when those twins seemed to be holding hands.

There’s a new pair of photogenic twins in town. Or, more accurately, there will be in a few weeks. In any case, babies Isabella and Callie stole the show at their 25-week ultrasound, appearing to give one another a kiss in the sonogram.

"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,” mom Carissa Gill of Croydon, Pennsylvania, tells Inside Edition. “You can see their mouths open and close, it was just so cute.”

Even the ultrasound technician was speechless at the sight.

“I’ve done 15,000 of these, and I’ve never seen twins face-to-face, looking like they’re kissing,” John Hamburg of Fetal Vision Imaging tells The Huffington Post. “Usually, one’s head is up and the other is down.”

We have a feeling these girls we be pretty close.

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