The twin toddlers who took the Internet by storm when a video of their all night party went viral went on a Media Tour. Their parents use a Nest security camera to monitor the kids room and the dad posted on his Facebook Page footage of his 2-year old sons, Andrew and Ryan, being mischievous one night instead of sleeping. The video has gone viral.
In the video, one boy climbs out of his crib and the other quickly follows. The scheming toddlers then grab several pillows and start piling them together on the floor.
The twins are also seen running around their room, kicking their feet up on a couch and doing a little shimmy in their crib.
The boys and their parents Jonathan and Susana Balkin went on TODAY this week after their video was seen more than $1M times.
Balkin told “Today” that he and his wife knew the twins were up to something because of all the giggling coming from the room.
“We ended up spying on them for a little while on camera just to make sure they weren’t getting into trouble,” he said. “Then after a while we decided, OK, it’s time to intervene and put them to bed. That didn’t really work out so well.”
It is reminiscent of another recent viral video with twin boys where one saved the other from a toppling dresser. Skeptics thought it was staged just like some thought the Balkin video was really publicity for the Nest Home Security system used to capture the video. The dad in the dresser video works for a security company that sells another nanny cam.