Twins start their life together, and after nine months in the womb, they enter our world together. Their bond is the most intense of their lives. Netizens were in love when they watched this YouTube video in which the twins wrapped their arms around each other while enjoying a post-birth bath. The idea behind this type of bath is to mimic their life in the womb. The twins embrace in the bathroom after the birth.
The video, was taken at a maternity clinic in 2015, has over 20 million views. The babies are hugged and hover in the arms of the adults, looking calm and happy as the water streams over their tiny bodies.
People can’t get enough of the love they share. A newborn twins who don’t know they were born. The birth is a shocking change for babies as they are left in the warm womb and released into the outside world.
This is why a French nurse at the Clinique de Muette in France, with over 30 years of experience, Sonia Rochel, developed the Thalasso baby bath.
Rochel offers babies a warm bath with a gentle flow of water on the head and eyes after birth and massages them for 15 minutes with gels and creams. She says she was trained to give babies a short bath after birth but other nurses wondered why babies didn’t seem to like it. While a relaxing bath upon entering the world can be soothing, it also shows parents that bathing time is a relaxing event. Although Rochel does not recommend parents try it at home without knowledge or training, she encourages them to make bathing time a relaxing night routine.
One day, while she was taking a shower, Rochel realized that she was actually enjoying the water pouring into her face. She convinced that the babies love water too. When Rochel tried to massage the baby under running water, she noticed that the baby was moving as if it were still in the womb. Rochel believes the babies will be able to remember their lives before birth.
Rochel has incorporated music into the technique and claims that 90% of babies no longer cry during the technique. The technique is reserved for newborns between 0 and 2 months, and only certified professionals in Quebec, Canada, can perform it.