Son and Daughter-in-Law have been here with their baby to coincide with Daughter 2's weekend visit, which has been lovely - Daughter 1 and her family also came. Daughter 2 helped Grandson make a tube train on his recent visit to London and today she helped him make a station. She is a good aunt. There are lots of signs involved also.
An adjacent overground was constructed.
Son read to Granddaughter L.
He is very enamoured of his baby.
Grandson is continuing to dictate stories for his father to write down.
Grandson: ... Den [then] the farmer decided to feed his animals because it was nearly tea time. Den -"
SIL [interrupting]: Don't keep saying "then". Try to say something different like "next" or "after that".
Me: And can you say "THen" and not "den"? Dens are where foxes live.
Grandson [with an all-right-but-whose-story-is-it? look on his face]: NEXT the farmer went to feed the foxes in their - DEN... ."