Ron Weasley and Draco Malfoy hated each other during their years at Hogwarts. As adults their hate had simmered down to a strong dislike. When their children began dating their dislike became toleration. Now they were united as family through the marriage of Ron’s daughter to Draco’s son and put forth an effort to be cordial.
Recently, however, they became untied in a different way. They shared a title and love for two very important people. Their grandchildren, Leo Arthur and Athena Belle. The newborn twins had melted any remaining hate Ron and Draco had for one another. Quite an accomplishment for a couple of infants who had yet to master holding the weight of their own heads.
The grandfathers were eager to babysit once Rose’s maternity leave ended and she went back to work at the muggle school she taught at. Scorpius had been given a certain amount of paternity leave, but he too had to go back to work at Weasley’s Wizard Wheezes that he and George’s son