Before And After Pictures Of The 'Laughing Quadruplets'

The laughing babies are in high school now! 

Before And After Pictures Of The 'Laughing Quadruplets'
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There is no doubt that most of us love baby giggles and 'Laughing Quadruplets' is proof! It's been almost 16 years now, that the laughing video of the four infants lying on their mother got released, but still, the video looks as interesting as before. It is one of the videos that you can't laugh at.

"There's something about the syncopation of them stopping and starting laughing. It's just the contagious type laugh," Says Steve, father.

The little kids are all grown up now, look at their pictures in the story. 

Back in the year 2000.

Back in the year 2000.

A video clip of the four laughing infants lying on their mother adorably in unison became a prize-winning clip on 'America's Funniest Home Videos'.

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They earned $250,000, and the show declared them 'Laughing Quadruplets'.

They earned $250,000, and the show declared them 'Laughing Quadruplets'.
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Since then they've appeared in multiple TV shows and talk shows. 

Since then they've appeared in multiple TV shows and talk shows. 

Today, the quads are 16-year-old and in high school.  

Today, the quads are 16-year-old and in high school.  
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"But even today, People are delighted with that video," says mom Allison.

They may be identical but have different interests. 

They may be identical but have different interests. 
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"We're similar and different to each other just by the things we're interested in," says Grace. "Like, Mary Claire and Emily... they enjoy doing digital art on their computer. And Anna enjoys orchestra a lot. And I enjoy photography."

When they were small kids, their mum used to dress them alike, but now each girl has a unique sense of style. 

When they were small kids, their mum used to dress them alike, but now each girl has a unique sense of style. 
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"We all have similar senses of style, but there are also [differences]," says Anna. "Emily likes her hair short and the rest of us like it longer."

"People make a lot of assumptions, like, 'I just want to be a different person,'" Emily says. "I wanted to cut my hair! I wasn't even thinking about [my sisters] in the process of wanting a haircut."

Their mom, Allison says...

Their mom, Allison says...
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"My hopes for the girls in the future are that they become the young ladies that God wants them to be, that they follow his plans for their future. There are big things out there for them. I'm just excited to see what it is."

Watch the video of laughing babies here! 

Aren't these 'laughing quadruplets' adorable?