Pero we à kan mit dis man, we wì bìgín bɔn ìn yon pìkín dɛ̀n.
But then/when I met this man, and then we began to have his own children.
The expression of time relations introduced by the general subordinator we [SUB] is often indistinguishable from the function of we to introduce sequences of coordinate clauses. Together with juxtaposition this is the most common way of coordinating clauses. The subordinator is only employed for clausal coordination.