The poor little guy can't quite nail down which of these twin brothers is his real dad.

By Hollee Actman Becker
Stephen Ratpojanakul/YouTube

Being a twin was something that bonded Stephen Ratpojanakul with wife Carroll—also a twin!—from the moment they first met.

"The fact that Carroll and I are both twins created an instant connection, even though neither of us ever expected to date another twin," he told BuzzFeed. "The best part was that we both understood and never got jealous of how important our siblings were."

What they probably couldn't have imagined back then was that their lives would one day turn into a bizarro version of the movie Parent Trap, only this time, it's the kid who can't tell the parents apart!

Here's how it all went down: Stephen's twin brother Michael did him a solid last week by offering to babysit his 16-month-old son Reed. But things got really interesting when Stephen and his wife came to pick up Reed, and the little tot kept getting confused about which dude was actually his dad!

The little guy was being passed back and forth between the twins, but kept pointing at the other brother when asked which one was his father. "Reed isn't used to me wearing glasses," Stephen said. "And in his confusion he kept reaching back and forth between me and Michael."

Too funny! Which is exactly why the brothers decided to shoot the whole thing and upload it to Facebook and YouTube. Called "When your dad is a twin..." the clip has already been viewed over 13 million times! "It's a silly video," Stephen said. "But it's great knowing that it provided a quick laugh to people from all different backgrounds."

Oh and in case you're wondering, we're at least 50 percent sure the guy in the grey sweater is Stephen, the dad.

Just kidding, that's definitely him...right?

Hollee Actman Becker is a freelance writer, blogger, and a mom. Check out her website holleeactmanbecker.com for more, and follow her on Twitter at @holleewoodworld.

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