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Twin toddlers caught on camera partying the night away

20 March 2017

Andrew and Ryan, identical 2-year-old twins in NY state, are showing the world just what it looks like in a viral video.

A home monitoring system setup by NY parents captured their 2-year-old twins having a late-night party for several hours.

The video, which is sped up, seems to show an night's worth of activity. As soon as they leave, the boys are back at it, creating another pile of pillows to play on and spending some quality time on the couch.

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The footage was posted on Facebook as a timelapse by the dad of the identical 2-year-old boys - named Andrew and Ryan - and has been viewed over 12 million times.

On Monday, the family appeared on "Today" to talk about the viral adventure.

However, they break out of their cribs again and Mr Balkin then brings in his wife, Susana, to settle the boys and to tidy the room. "And then after a while we decided, 'Okay, it's time to intervene, put them to bed.' That didn't really work out so well".

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American father Jonathan Balkin set up a camera in his twin boys' bedroom to see exactly what they were getting up to after he and his wife went to bed and the results are nothing short of unbelievable.

Daly asked if the parents were considering upgrading the twins' beds.

Did you children get up to mischief in the middle of the night? "So the cribs are good for now".

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Twin toddlers caught on camera partying the night away