WATCH: 2-year-old twins don't know the meaning of bedtime
NEW YORK - The parents of twin boys found out why their two children hadn't been getting much sleep.
A video posted to Facebook by Jonathan and Susan Balkin on their home monitoring system shows their 2-year-old twins, Andrew and Ryan, having a late night play session rather than getting some much-needed sleep.
The two boys easily climbed out of the side-by-side cribs in their bedroom and began to line the floor with pillows before rolling and tumbling around. The two then took a moment to catch their breath on the couch together before getting back to the summersaults.
The video then shows the parents coming in to put an end to the madness and place the two children back in their cribs. Unfortunately for mom and dad, the two didn't stay there.
The video goes on to show the parents putting the children back a second time only for the two boys to escape from their cribs once again.
This time, the two refrain from dragging out the pillows and instead decide to settle down on the couch for a while before returning to their cribs on their own terms.
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