Newborn twins can't stand to be separated for more than seconds: video

After months together in their mother's womb, a set of twins in Florida weren't ready just yet to leave each other's side. 

Dad Dane Lyman shared the heartwarming video of his newborn sons comforting each other shortly after birth. 

Both Weston and Caleb are crying until nurses put them together, touching side-by-side, and their cries immediately stopped. As soon as the nurses move them away from each other, they start crying again. 

Dad recorded the video and showed it to his wife, Lisa, who didn't even realize how bonded the boys already were. 

“My wife wasn’t able to see that and didn’t even know it was happening. When I showed her, she was emotional and grateful I captured that moment. We both still tear up when we watch it,” Dane said.

He shared the video on his Facebook page, which has been viewed thousands of times. 

Dane said when they learned they were having twins, he and his wife hoped the twins would grow together and always support one another. 

"Seeing them comfort each other just moments after birth was almost like the first step in that special relationship," Dane wrote. "They recognized each other immediately, having previously formed that special relationship."

You can watch the video in the video player above. 

The twins are now 11 weeks old and doing great.