But the Weasley children giving Molly and Arthur with laving gifts every holiday or just because, slowly refurnishing the Burrow with non-broken items, sending them on proper holidays together, and their parents protesting but the children saying that they’ll have to get used to it. Between this, and not having so many mouths to feed, they live comfortably for the rest of their lives.
The Weasley children trying to buy their parents a new home and Molly and Arthur insisting that this, the Burrow, is home and where they raised their children and where they’ll stay, thank you very much. (Their children being secretly relieved.) Everyone still coming over for Sunday suppers.
Molly relaxing and becoming the most indulgent grandmother. Her children being mildly outraged that their children get away with things at gran and grandad’s house that they never would have escaped punishment for.