Ok but Spock and Kirk adopt a little girl but when she’s young and in school they realize something isn’t quite right. They learn that she had dyslexia and Jim’s really nervous because he knows that Spock is typically impatient when people don’t understand what he tries to explain or slow at comprehending. And he tells Spock that she requires a lot of patience and support from them.
Jim spends a lot of time working with their daughter while Spock goes about doing other things. He hires a tutor and makes sure she’s getting attention in class. One day, though, when he gets home late from work at the Academy. Spock and their daughter are sitting at the kitchen table, Spock encouraging her while she reads a story for class. She reads slowly, struggling with words that Spock helps her sound out. When she finishes, he praises her.
Jim is filled with both pride and shame for doubting Spock.