HEARTBREAKING! This Little Boy Talks About His First Day of School With His Dead Twin! It Will Definitely Move You!


Do you have a twin, or know somebody who has one? 

You might have noticed that they are usually in sync with each other (we’re not just talking physically here), that at some point, you might have felt a twinge of jealousy towards their closeness. 

This is the case a young boy, who’s so connected to his twin that he manages to talk to him every day even when his twin’s already dead

No, this is not a case of supernatural activity, but a heartwarming one, where you will sure feel touched.

Elite Readers reported that when Walker Myrick was just five-years-old and had just started out as a kindergarten, he went to his twin’s grave on the and spilled all of his thoughts and sentiments on the first day of classes. 

HEARTBREAKING! This Little Boy Talks About His First Day of School With His Dead Twin! It Will Definitely Move You!

Walker’s twin, Willis, died in their mother’s womb at her 24th week of pregnancy because of experiencing a rare condition called the Twin to Twin Transfusion Syndrome, also known as TTTS

This syndrome is when the identical twins share one placenta, but only one of them receives more blood flow than the other. 

The placenta is a flattened circular organ that is able to nourish and maintain the fetus through the umbilical cord. 

HEARTBREAKING! This Little Boy Talks About His First Day of School With His Dead Twin! It Will Definitely Move You!

The boy’s mother, Brooke, shared that Walker has been like that to his twin even when the latter passed away he would always visit his brother’s grave and talk to him. 

In fact, she stated, “He told us he just wanted to tell Willis about school.” 

The mother shared a situation where she carried Walker’s younger sister out of the car and then Walker went ahead. 

HEARTBREAKING! This Little Boy Talks About His First Day of School With His Dead Twin! It Will Definitely Move You!

She saw him approach his twin’s tombstone and “talked” to his brother about his day and how it went. 

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