I don't know. We're kind of confused. All we know is that a 60-year-old man in Scotland became a father, a grandfather and a great-grandfather in a three-month period.
We'll attempt to summarise:
The man's name is Patrick.
Patrick's second wife (39) had a baby named Ethan.
Then, Patrick's grand-daughter, Fern (18), had a baby named Mason.
Then Fern's mom, Odette, had a baby named Leonard.
So what that means (and here we take from the actual article) is:
"...Ethan is Mason’s great-uncle, Fern has a new uncle as well as a new son, and Odette is celebrating the arrival of a son, a grandson and a half-brother who is 35 years younger than she is. Ethan also has two big half-brothers, Aaron, 33, and Dean, 32. And he’s uncle to Odette’s sons, Joel, 10, and baby Leonard, Aaron’s 11-month-old daughter Alissa, and Dean’s kids Joshua, nine, and Alivia, eight."
Did you get all that? We're sure there's a solution to this problem, but we're not sure what it is.