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21 March 2017, 12:02 | Myron Mathis
Video shows twin toddlers throwing party instead of sleeping
You can nearly hear John Belushi shout "Toga!" in the classic college hijinks film "Animal House", when two toddlers escape from their cribs for a night of frolicking.
A NY couple shared video of their twin toddlers bucking bedtime by climbing out of their cribs to hold a two-person dance party.
The little boys, Andrew and Ryan, climb out of their cribs and proceed to have a right royal time running around the room, creating a stack of pillows to play on and taking short breaks on the couch to catch their breath.
Occasionally the boys would take time out to sit together on the couch - no doubt to connive what they would do next. The minute Dad leaves, the twins are at it again.
"We actually had heard them giggling and laughing from our living room, so we were eavesdropping outside their door", the dad explained. The video footage shows both their mother and father returning on two different occasions to put the babies to bed, but to no avail.
The video, which is sped up, seems to show an night's worth of activity.
But once the coast was clear, the two boys climbed out of their cribs and went back to the gymnastics floor.
While it looks like the twins had a full night of fun, Jonathan said the party lasted just a couple of hours before he and Susanna went to bed.
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