Fast forward a bit to a pregnant Mavis, and eventually baby Dennis. Dennis has big, curly ginger hair like his dad does, and seems human. But Vampa ("vampire grandpa"), aka Drac, believes that Dennis is just a "late fanger", since fangs might not pop out until a vampire's fifth birthday. But Mavis wants her dad to accept that Dennis is human and thinks that they should move to America, to be near the human side of the family.
While Mavis and Johnny are visiting his family, Drac is watching over Dennis. And by watching over, I mean enlisting the help of his monster buddies and doing everything he can to get Dennis's fangs to pop out. After he pulls a dangerous stunt that was captured on video and uploaded to the internet, Mavis goes ballistic and announces that they are definitely moving after Dennis's 5th birthday party in a few days.
But aside from being cute and funny, there's also a LOT of food mentioned and seen throughout the film. Heck, there's even a monster food blogger. A lot of the food seen and mentioned has a monster twist like Monster Ball Soup, Screaming Cake, Coffin Cake, Blood Beaters, and scary or gross (in a fun, eeeewwwww-inducing way) plates filled with gooey things, fish with long, sharp teeth, a whole dead pigeon (uncooked), etc.
But there's also "normal" things like apples sitting in a bowl on a side tible, avocado, Slurpees, potato chips, meatballs, weinie bites, and cupcakes. There's also an espresso shop and even some canned dog food. There's even a moment when somebody looks at Drac and says "love your chocolate cereal!".
I would eat a bucket of garlic to fly with you!
Big words from a vampire. And well, as a parent, I understand. Plus, I'm not a vampire and I love me some garlic, so I latched on and made a bucket of garlic (ummmm, fries) as a nod to the loving parent-child relationships celebrated in Hotel Transylvania 2.