"Regardless of how life started, it's still a precious thing to have and we are lucky to be alive. It shouldn't be wished away over a bad day."
To which Dr. Hutchins agreed and we went on with the appointment. The other highlight was when he decided to ask about time zones. She was trying to explain how they worked to him, which was totally cool since it's such an off the wall question. But as she was trying to explain it he says the reason he needs to know is because his clock isn't showing the correct time zone and he needs to change it. I guess he figures doctors know everything. His next question was, "Does time really exist?" Now she looked really confused and tried to explain that one to him. So he tells her that his mom doesn't think time exists and that his dad and I don't agree on this topic. The look I got then was even stranger as I tried to explain that we sometimes debate physics just for fun. I ask you, how many other second graders ponder theoretical physics and bring it up at well-check visits? He's such a cool kid.