But then, as I watch them interact with each other, my crazy-worry-stricken mind is settled.
Sitting in the double stroller, Abby hits Logan on the head..softly....repeatedly. Being hit in the head is something that would be problematic in a typical family, but we are not typical (if there is such a thing), and Logan already knows that Abby doesn't mean harm with her hands. What might be hitting to other kids is playing to Logan. They both get a kick out of it, laughing out loud and feeding off of one another. It's funny how they are learning to play with each other.
Later, Logan pushes Abby's stroller at the park and reaches out to help her off the slide. I am giving him the benefit of the doubt when I say he was helping her off the slide, and not pushing her off the slide,as it just sounds better, honestly. Either way, he is a sweet little guy and a great little brother.
I'm sure they will both do many not-sweet things to each other, but that actually is typical.