Luckily, x-rays are something we've not had to do much with our kids. Other than dental x-rays, the only ones we've had to do were for Emma when she was tiny and dislocated her elbow. She was holding on to the cart handle at Target with her feet on the little bar. Toben had his hands over hers and she lost her footing, swinging loose. It pulled her elbow out of whack (also known as "nanny elbow") and required one of our few (knock on wood) trips to the ER.
And though I say "hugs and kisses" for XOXO, I suppose it should really be "kisses and hugs" because in my mind X stands for a kiss, and 0 stands for a hug. Emma totally disagrees with me on this. She says a kissy-mouth is in the shape of an O, and when you hug someone you're arms cross like an X.
X is a hard one. There aren't many other words that begin with X that I have much to say about. So I think I'll stop and go make dinner instead of trying to think of something clever to write!
So I'll leave with this question: Would I want x-ray vision? I don't think so--some things are just better left hidden. I'd rather be able to fly.