Jadon and his brother Anias, 14 months, were born conjoined at the head. Doctors separated the boys in a 27-hour surgery on October 13. And a month later, as they make an historically rapid recovery, they have been pictured looking at each other for the first time.
The pair will be moved to a rehab facility shortly after Thanksgiving, six weeks after surgery.
It is the fastest recovery for separation of craniopagus twins (conjoined at the head) in history, beating the previous record of eight weeks.
Jadon is already ready to move, as he is now vibrant, active, and energetic, pulling at his bandages and playing with anyone who enters the ward.
Anias, who was already struggling before the operation, is having more difficulties, regularly contracting viruses and infections.
But their surgeon Dr Philip Goodrich said he believes Anias will pull through, and he thinks Jadon is a great force of energy for him at this time.