You would think that by having twin toddlers, outside time with them would be full of exciting things: playing tag, hide-and-go-seek, building a fort or two… Well maybe not a fort. Apparently, at 19 months of age, they haven’t quite mastered the art of “constructive partner play”. Leaves blowing in the wind, and a colorful piece of trash on the ground are usually more than enough to keep them entertained.
After helping them to collect their fair share of rocks and dandelions, being outside with those two can often times become a little… boring.
With that being said, when I leave them to their own devices and let them explore, it can be quite amusing to watch.
Check out my twin toddlers having a blast during one of their outdoor “adventures”…
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Kesha Chisholm Phillips is currently a part time graphic artist and the full time writer and editor of WeGotKidz.com. You'll find her all around the web sharing her parenting journey which includes everything from hilarious family videos to her refreshing takes on what it means to raise children today. Kesha currently resides in Atlanta, GA with her lovely husband and twins Ari and Jaxon.
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