The closest Wren came to hot food was when he was found scavenging around the back of one of the local restaurants and was given a bowl of something by one of the kinder dishwasher guys or one of the cooks, or the hot blood of whatever small animal he'd found to eat, something that inevitably ended with him crying even as he forced it down. He knew what a sandwich was from his time in A-52, but the idea of a pizza was still something of a strange exotic mystery to him. "Thank you Archie!" he chirped gratefully, giving Archie's arm a brief hug.
He didn't know about big brothers but he was pleased to hear that someone was looking after his new friend and hummed approvingly when he heard as such. He kept pace with Archie as they walked, although the change of terrain wasn't kind to Wren's feet, more familiar with the softer if more splintery ground of the woods than the hard road of the town. He wasn't sure about sleepovers either; he liked the idea of staying with his new friend and talking, but there was something about staying the night, about a bed that made a tiny wasp of anxiety buzz and prickle in Wren's head.
He dismissed it and gave Archie a smile and a pleased noise to hear he wasn't tired, giving the man's arm another hug. The B&B had Wren's eyes huge and his words robbed from him at what was to him the sheer grandeur of the place - he'd never been anywhere so magnificient in his life. He kept his hold on Archie's hand as his host led them both up to his bedroom, everything from the flooring to the ceiling making Wren stare in amazement.
Archie's room was just as lovely as the rest, the walls a soothing colour and the greens and roses making Wren feel at home. He felt bad about his dirty feet spoiling the rugs and tried not to stand on them where he could. "Your home is so... it's wonderful." he told Archie, utterly awed. He'd all but forgotten about his decorations and was touched that his friend wanted to preserve them. The question though made him puzzled. "I don't know..." he said hesitantly, unsure if that was a punishable offence or not.