Originally posted by Thomaster
So? This opening is played many times.
I suspect the OP's question relates to the Bishop retreating to d3 rather than the usual e2.
d3 must be a bad move though. It blocks the d pawn which will make it tougher than it should be to get the Bc1 into the game. A B on d3 may also run into ... e5-e4 at some point.
Development must be the answer. Get your pieces out with moves like ... Bc5 and ... 0-0. Personally I'd hold off on ... Nd5-f4 until it's clear that moving the knight twice is better than pushing the e-pawn (right now I'm not convinced it is). At some point you can hit White's knight with ... h6 and watch it scuttle back to h3.
I like Black in this position.