Could use a little more information about the team. Do you have a product owner? A designer? Any other contributors that you wouldn't consider "developers"? Or is it just your dynamic duo against the world?
At your size, scrum is too much structure, I think. If it really is just the two of you, just work in the same room, if possible. If you can't, keep a shared digital collab space, whether it's for sketching, file sharing, or whatever (set up an online OneNote book, a Trello board, and/or a HipChat/Slack team space sort of thing--whatever works for you).
Remember that two of the biggest benefits of scrum are visibility and communication. As long as you're aware of what each other is doing and constantly on the same page, you can avoid the strictness of scrum until you've grown a bit. And even then, you might not need it. Scrum is great, but it's not the end-all-be-all of agility. Pay attention to how your team works and what kind of improvements you want to make. If sprints aren't helpful, don't be afraid to do pure, pull-based Kanban. Agility is about constantly improving, and scrum is just one of the experiments.