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When You're Two

By marylweimer |

Every day’s an adventure when you’re two. From gaining independence and testing boundaries to learning new ways to boss your older siblings around, the “terrible twos” are a critical time for our toddlers to develop new skills.

They’re funny. They’re silly. They’re eager to learn and they love a challenge (as long as they’re the ones calling the shots!)

They live in the moment and can teach the rest of us the true meaning of carpe diem. Here’s what life’s really like when you’re two.

 

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Funny and Silly Adorable Toddler Pictures

Attitude is everything.

Two year olds are notorious for their 'tude...and they're not afraid to show it off! Photo Credit: Farewell Stranger

Mary Lauren Weimer is a social worker turned mother turned writer. Her blog, My 3 Little Birds, encourages moms to put down the baby books for a moment and tell their own stories. Connect with her on Facebook and Twitter.

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Mary Lauren Weimer is a freelance writer and blogger. Her work has appeared in such places as Spirituality & Health and The Huffington Post, and she’s known for her thoughtful and introspective writing about all aspects of motherhood and the parent-child relationship.

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2 thoughts on “When You're Two

  1. Robin @ Farewell, Stranger says:

    Awesome :) That about sums it up!

  2. Dana Ramsey says:

    Raising a boy that is now almost 22 I remember additude very well and all the cute pictures over the years. Thanks for bringing all those memories back.

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