Babies are cute...but then they turn into toddlers. The terrible, tantrum-filled twos. giphyBlogger and mom Mary Katherine Backstrom went viral with her post, calling on parents to sympathize with their young kids.Backstrom shared a blog post from the perspective of her toddler, posting, “I am 2. I am not terrible…I am frustrated. I am nervous, stressed out, overwhelmed, and confused. I need a hug.”“I am 2. I am not terrible…I am frustrated. I am nervous, stressed out, overwhelmed, and confused. I need a hug.” From...Posted by Mary Katherine Backstrom on Sunday, March 4, 2018"From the diary of a 2-year-old," Backstrom posts: I am 2. No one will let me dress myself, no one will let me move my own body where it needs to go, no one will let me attend to my own needs. However, I am expected to know how to share, “listen”, or “wait a minute”. I am expected to know what to say and how to act or handle my emotions. I am expected to sit still or know that if I throw something it might break….But, I do NOT know these things. I am not allowed to practice my skills of walking, pushing, pulling, zipping, buttoning, pouring, serving, climbing, running, throwing or doing things that I know I can do. Things that interest me and make me curious, these are the things I am NOT allowed to do. The post zeroes in on how daunting it must be to be two years old, taking in the world for the first time as people around you become increasingly impatient. Living ain't easy. giphy"Today I woke up and wanted to get dressed by myself but was told 'No, we don't have time, let me do it.' This made me sad. I wanted to feed myself for breakfast but was told, 'No, you're too messy, let me do it for you.' This made me feel frustrated," the anonymous "two year old" explained. "This made me sad." giphyThe 631-word post resonated with a lot of parents...FacebookFacebook...while others were more critical.FacebookHowever you feel about the blog post, Backstrom wants everyone to know that they're doing alright."Hey, sometimes kids are kids. Y'all are doing a great job!" she wrote in the comments.