In the last ten days or so, your son, Van's, two does gave birth to eleven rabbit babies. Van has been doing pretty good with them, and the mothers seem to be doing fine, but as time to leave closed in, Van began suffering from separation anxiety.
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It's now time to go. You got the luggage loaded, and thought you had all the kids lined up, but when you turned around, Van was gone. Sure enough, he was in his room, double checking the 'care notes' he left. You let him finish, then escort him back outside. You get everyone loaded in the cars, so you know with whom the little are riding. You turn around, and Van's not in the car. You go back to his room, and he's 'just checking on the babies'. You explain to him that he'll make the mothers nervous, and he's already making you nervous, so he needs to get outside and stay there. Now, most of the cars in the caravan have departed, but as you get in, you release there's an empty seat. Sure enough, it's Van, and you find him back in his room.
How comfortably will he be sitting for the trip?