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How's this for a little midweek pick me up?

As many parents know, some moments with your children are too just good to not document. Zoe Saldana's afternoon with her kids today totally falls under that mindset.

On Wednesday afternoon, the actress took to Instagram to share a moment with one of her young family members enjoying a dance session. The results are absolutely adorable.

"'Oh Mickey!' #twins," the caption read as the baby danced to Toni Basil's classic hit. "#lovethe80s #dance #be #free."

As the music played loud and proud in the background, Zoe's son couldn't stop shaking his diaper by the fireplace. And when the music kept playing, the moves moved to his head as he kept wiggling to the beat. Nice rhythm, dude! 

The candid moment is just another one of Zoe's precious mommy moments shared on social media. In a little twist, however, the actress recently admitted that her kids can get a little feisty in the best ways possible.   

"These boys are like gladiators. They beat the crap out of each other. I'm like, 'Chill, man—what is going on?'" she previously joked to E! News' Marc Malkin. "I'm like, 'Don't pull the only three [strains] he has.' It's fun. It's never a dull moment."

No matter what fun activities the happy family experiences, fans likely won't be seeing the twins' faces online anytime soon. But trust us, there's reasoning behind it. 

"I just don't want 16 years from now to get ‘You are so disrespectful. You invaded, you exposed me and I wasn't ready,'" Zoe shared with E! News at the Los Angeles Film Festival. "Even though they're babies and they're under our care, it's still their face."

She continued, "Right now, they're not in the position to speak for themselves or make a decision…I don't want to make it for them."

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