Remus laughed warmly as Sirius flung himself into the stack of pillows and seemed to immediately settle in. It reminded him of Padfoot circling around on the bed until it confirmed exactly to his desires on the nights Sirius didn't want to sleep alone. Stretching out around his friend, he knocked playfully at Sirius' foot to make room for himself while he watched Teddy charm the lights. "Lilu?" he asked, curiosity at the name piqued.
"Apparently, the elves have always known what I am...and how much I need to eat as a result," he explained, reaching for the nearest basket so he could get at the carafe and pour out some hot chocolate for himself. "I guess the headmaster would have left them instructions. But, it seems when I showed up a month ago, there were elves who remembered me and made some arrangements with whatever stores they've had left. I'm not really sure we can afford to waste this much food, honestly, but trying to tell them no is nearly impossible once they get it into their heads you need food." He shrugged one shoulder. He'd just have to make sure he made some of this last a couple days so it didn't seem like special treatment.
In reality, it probably as much food as Remus thought. It was just a lot more food -- and on a regular basis -- than he'd had access to for a long time. Even after a month, he hadn't gotten used to being well fed and having a bed to sleep in every night.