We frequent the park a lot these days because these two like to be busy and there is only so much destruction they can cause in the house. Also for some reason tantrums are few and far between at the park so it makes it nice on my end to just sit and make sure no one is getting hurt. Something about fresh air will do that to you. Motherhood is a funny thing. So many times I have to remind myself, I am doing fine. Stop worrying because it doesn't do you any good. I think any mom out there will admit that they are always afraid they are not doing enough for their children. I think I worry about that most when everyone is crying and no one is happy and you're sleep deprived and you feel like the world is about to collapse right on top of you. Realistically, my children are happy as clams when they have their binkies, a full belly and Peppa Pig playing. It's easy to forget that they don't expect much and honestly they want you. I know one day I will reflect on this time of my life and think how clueless I was, but how much I have learned. My children have taught me far more in their short lives more than I have learned ever: to be patient, to stop worrying and to just laugh as much as you can.
Side Note: The older they are getting, the more playful they are with one another and seeing their friendship grow makes my heart swell. All the hard work of 2 under 2 is slowly paying off. Excuse me while I reap the rewards.