Experts and BHG readers answer.
Flowers on 2nd year blueberry plant
If they were mine, I'd leave them alone and allow that fruit to develop. The reason it's often recommended to remove fruit from young plants is because you want the plant to spend its energy on making roots, not fruit. But if your plants are looking good and healthy and since this is their second year, I'd just let them go and not worry about pruning off fruit from now on.