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Toddler Twins Escape From Cots For Huge Pillow Fight

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In-home security cameras are always a risky investment.

Whether it's a ghost or a crime being committed inside your residence, most of the risk lies in the fact you might see something you don't want to see... Yeah, I've probably watched "Paranormal Activity" one too many times!

Plus, I'd rather have a security camera system at home than not have one. I'm sure New York City parents Jonathan and Susana Balkin would agree now that video footage captured in their home has gone viral.

The Balkin family is making headlines after their twin toddlers were caught escaping from their beds to chat and have massive pillow fights without anyone ever knowing.

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Jonathan wrote on Facebook,

We had no idea until the morning they escaped from their cribs. This video is from midnight to 7 am.

According to the hilarious video footage originally shared on Facebook, the adorable 2-year-old twin toddlers named Andrew and Ryan have no regard for their parents' strict bedtime rules.

The video begins with one of the toddlers climbing out of his crib after already being tucked in for the night.

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Seconds later, the other toddler hops out of his crib.

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While they should be sleeping, they begin hanging out on a couch and playing with pillows in their room instead.

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After that, they seemingly begin wrestling each other on top of a pile of pillows. One loud noise, and they're busted!

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Dad must've heard something because he eventually barged in and put twins Andrew and Ryan back in their beds.

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Unfortunately for dad, they just climbed back out of their cribs after he left and continued on with their pillow party.

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Finally, mom barges into the room to help dad set them straight...

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But NOPE. They just climbed out again and went back to hang out on the couch. Do these kids ever sleep?!

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Check out the hilarious time-lapse video below!

Citations: Twin toddlers filmed escaping their cots to have a party (Metro)