Married at First Sight

MAFS’ Melissa Rawson shares a sweet update of her premature twin boys, who are stronger than ever

How sweet!

By Chanelle Mansour
Former Married At First Sight bride Melissa Rawson is showing off her twins Levi and Tate's adorable smiles as she shares a sweet new update.
The mum-of-two shared a video to her Instagram of her two boys smiling and laughing during an adorable family moment.
In the video, Levi and Tate can be seen sitting upright on the couch as Melissa coos and sings good morning to them.
"My heart literally bursts with love every time these two smile," the proud mum wrote alongside the post.
WATCH BELOW: Melissa Rawson shares adorable video of her twin boys smiling and laughing.
Melissa and her fiancé Bryce Ruthven welcomed Levi and Tate on October 16, after the twins arrived 10 weeks early.
When announcing their birth, the besotted couple exclusively shared with New Idea all the details regarding their unexpected arrival.
"We had planned to spend the weekend building the nursery and setting things up for the twins, but that all changed early Saturday morning," Bryce said.
The couple have come a long way since their MAFS days.
"We had planned to spend the weekend building the nursery and setting things up for the twins, but that all changed early Saturday morning," Bryce said.
"Even though the boys have arrived early, they're doing really well and are getting the best care possible."
In the months since becoming new parents, Melissa and Bryce often take to Instagram to share candid insights into their journey, including all the highs and lows.
In January, Melissa shared a detailed post about feeling "like an absolute champion" and "a total failure."
"The sleepless nights turn into sleepless days. You become forgetful, distant… and wonder to yourself, 'when will this get easier?'," she wrote alongside a snap of her bottle-feeding the boys.
"Home cooked meals are minimal or non existent. Takeaway becomes the only option as you stare down the barrel of another sleepless night ahead."
Melissa has been candid throughout her motherhood journey so far.
She went on to share some of the guilt she feels when her boys are in pain, and how her tears match theirs when the colic sets in.
"And feeling so unbelievably guilty as you begin to unintentionally pay less attention to their sibling or your partner," she wrote.
"But even through all of this - you manage to find something within yourself to power through each day. You find the strength when you look into your baby's eyes.
"That beautiful little smile (even if it is wind). Those fleeting moments of koala cuddles. You remember that you have never loved anything quite like your baby."
This story was originally featured on our sister site, New Idea.