While el[the] coatí was awaiting la night en la edge de la jungle in order to go al[to the] chicken coop, el hombre de la casa was playing upon el grass with his children: two kids de five and six years, who were running laughing, falling down, getting up laughing once again and returning a[to] fall down. El father was falling down too, giving great joy a los kids. Finally, they stopped playing because it was already nighttime and el hombre said:
—I’m going a place la trampa in order to hunt a la mongoose that comes a kill a las[the] little chickens and a rob los eggs.
And he went and placed la trampa. Afterward, they ate and put themselves to bed, but los kids were not sleeping: they were jumping de la bed del uno a la (bed) del otro[other] and were entangling themselves en their pijamas. El father, who was reading en el dining room, was letting them do it; nevertheless, los kids suddenly stopped en their jumps and shouted: