Nick set aside the broom, letting out a heavy, satisfied breath of air as he admired the now clean room.
"Marcus, I think you did a good job for your grandmother today," the older tod stated, rubbing the fur of his son's head. The younger fox laughed, trying to push himself away from the sudden bombardment of affection as another fox walked into the room.
Marian smiled as saw her son playing with his child. "Well, aren't you two the most adorable tod's in the building.
Nick chuckled as Marcus finally got away from him. "Mother, we're the only male foxes in the building."
"Oh, I know that," she replied with a wink. "Now, while you've been helping me clean, I have some waffles being made for everyone once Judy and Kyrie get back."
Marcus' eyes lit up. "We're having waffles for dinner!" he shouted, tail busily brushing back and forth in his excitement.
"With blueberry syrup," Marian added. Marcus jumped into the air, throwing his first up while letting out a loud "woohoo!" a