He's mine. I know it, I can feel it. He looks just like me." I grit.
"Sometimes those coincidences happen. I'd say just be sure." Saul comments.
"And if he isn't then what? I'll let her on her own to raise him?" They all keep their mouths shut. "I don't think I can do it. They've been by themselves for far too long. And I-"
"You what?" Victor's expression is soft, trying to encourage me to tell them what I already know but can't admit.
"Nothing. Nevermind." I sigh. "I just need time to process this and see how to go about things."
They all nod and understand the subject had died there. They know me well enough to know when I don't want to continue a conversation. So, we talk about work, about the final things we still have to do to college before officially graduating and moving onto a speciality within medicine.
"Guys, I have to go. It's getting late and I have a double shift tomorrow," I state, before standing up.