The new house, near the fertilizer plant, was quite large with good neighbors.
The baker usually spent his morning delivering bread and milk at his client's doorsteps. He kept a notebook for each family that would only pay the bill later, at the end of the month.
The boys, one 12 and the other 7, were studying in different schools, all mornings.
The girls now played together with their new neighbors, too sisters who lived next door.
They used to wake up early in the morning to play with their "Susis" dolls, exchanging each other's doll's clothes in make-believe tea, birthday or wedding parties. As they had only one doll, each one, they didn't get confused with the trades. They also enjoyed playing hide and seek, and chop-chop-top, sometimes.
Once, they discovered that some neighbors had moved and forgot to tell the baker about it. Then, as he left the usual order on the empty house's door,the girls did not resist the temptation. It was an adventure to secretly catch the bread and milk and use them at their parties and picnics, for fun.
Thankfully, it was almost the end of the month, because the baker took almost a week to realize that their customers did not live there anymore...