Love makes the world go ’round, and these babies know it. They can’t seem to stop hugging each other, and it’s pretty much the cutest thing we’ve ever seen. These four sisters — who are actually quadruplets — aren’t strangers to the internet. If you follow the Webb family on Facebook, you’ve been able to watch these little girls grow up, and they couldn’t be more adorable. The recent video of the love fest has gone viral on Facebook, having been viewed over 55 million times, and if you haven’t seen it yet, it’s most certainly worth a watch.
Abigail, Emily, Grace and McKayla were born in Alberta, Canada in 2016. The identical quadruplets were conceived naturally, without the use of any fertility drugs. According to Global News, the couple were told by a nurse that the odds of having natural quadruplets are one in 67 million.
The girls are growing up quickly. But they’re not too grown to accept hugs — and plenty of them.
In the video, you see the sisters exchange hugs multiple times as they listen to the “Moana” soundtrack. Because who doesn’t love a good hug session and Disney movie combo, after all?
These sisters don’t mind sharing hugs, but that probably has something to do with their special bond.
“They definitely miss each other when they’re apart from their sisters,” their mom, Bethani Webb told Today.com shortly after the girls were born. They didn’t even like having to be separated to be in their own incubators at the hospital.
“Right now, they’re all in one crib, which is nice. Before, they were in their incubators, they were all separate and they definitely had some separation anxiety,” she said back when her daughters were born.
Good thing they’ll grow up together and give as many hugs as they want now!
Clearly, these babies can’t get enough hugs, and the internet can’t get enough of this video! They keep re-posting it online:
Internet, you look like you could use a hug right now. https://t.co/16dM378h81
— Geri Katz (@gkatz) January 4, 2018
If this does not make you smile then nothing will 😊Alberta quadruplets are obsessed with hugs and the internet is melting https://t.co/XcLGBhG0fB
— Kathleen Wong (@BloodyKleio) January 6, 2018
We’re convinced that sending this video to someone is like sending a hug virtually, so if you know someone who could use a hug on this Monday morning, you know what to do!
For even more cute videos of these sisters, keep up with the Webb Quad Squad on Facebook.