When Kayli Shoff woke up on Friday and checked the surveillance camera footage from her two-year-old twin boys' bedroom, she couldn't believe what she saw.
While her twins were playing in their room, a dresser had fallen on little Brock. After observing his brother for a few moments, Brock's twin, Bowdy, was able to move the dresser off his brother.
The boy's dad, Ricky Shoff, shared his thoughts on the miraculous moment in a Facebook post, noting that he wanted to share the boys' story to bring awareness to parents.
"We are so grateful for the bond that these twin brothers share," he wrote. "We know Bowdy was not alone in moving the dresser off of Brock. And feel blessed that he is ok. Please make sure all your dressers are bolted and secured to the wall."
"We were hesitant to post this video initially," Ricky explained to CNN, "but a lot of parents have probably made the same mistake that we made, (they) don't have their furniture secure or bolted to a wall."
"Our house is very childproof, we are really cautious about all this stuff -- so it never really crossed out minds that something like this could happen," he added.
When Kayli went to check on her sons after seeing the video, "there wasn't a scratch" on them, Ricky said.
"It's kind of a miracle," he added. "It's something really special, to see how Bowdy helped Brock."
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