Whenever there’s a child at the Seder, they are tasked with asking the four Mah Nishtana questions. In one place, Maimonides formulates this in a unique way: We pour the second cup; and here the child asks. And then the reader says, “What differentiates this night from all other nights? (Laws of Hametz and Matza 8:2). Whereas the reader leading the Seder says the scripted and formulaic questions, the child simply asks. There are the scripted questions we wish people asked and then there are the questions people – and they’re often children – actually ask. At our Seders, we must make space for both.