Last year, adorable “MoMo” twins Leia and Lauren captured both our attention and our hearts with their cute and quirky collection of portraits. Though born prematurely following a high-risk pregnancy, the toddler twins today remain happy, healthy, and undeniably photogenic. Leai and Lauren live in Singapore with their parents, who continue to dedicate their time to documenting the twin girls' sweet, silly, and sleepy sides.
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