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    The Triplets From "Baby Geniuses" Are Ridiculously Hot Now

    Forget seeing double, we're seeing triple and loving every minute of it!

    In 1999, we were introduced to Baby Geniuses and honestly our world hasn't been the same since.

    For those who aren't familiar, the movie surrounded two scientists who study baby/toddler prodigies for the future development of a theme park.

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    The little tykes had their own distinct language and everything!

    While all the babies won us over with their cuteness, the main character Sylvester was the one who stole our hearts.

    Sylvester, also known as Sly, was a cunning kid who desperately wanted to escape the lab and live a normal life. He later meets his long lost twin Whit, who helps with that plan.

    Turns out, those little munchkins were actually played by Canadian triplets Myles, Leo and Gerry Fitzgerald when they were 5-years-old. They also starred in the 2004 sequel.

    Well, the guys are 23-years-old now and they've since decided to trade in their Hollywood careers for a life on the ice rink.

    Today, they play for Bemidji State University's D1 hockey program in Minnesota as juniors and boy do they look good doing it!

    Given the amount of time they've spent away from Hollywood, it's safe to say the Fitzgerald brothers are adjusting to the "normal" life pretty well.

    Here they are hanging out with their mother Janet, taking advantage of family time and that beautiful background.

    Before actually becoming an official Bemidji Beaver, the brothers visited the school.

    Another photo op, before taking the ferry in British Columbia.

    Apparently their love for hockey started at a very young age.

    Gerry is a man of many talents, which include but aren't limited to fishing, surfing and just looking adorable with his dog.

    Come on...

    Before we get blocked for stalking on Instagram, let's bring this post to a close.