Sun and Moon is a 1920 short story by Katherine Mansfield. It was first published in the Athenaeum on 1 October 1920, and later reprinted in Bliss and Other Stories.
Sun and Moon (Mansfield) Wikipedia
The children, Sun and Moon, are hanging around the house while a party is being prepared. They play games, then are sent off to bed. The party wakes them up; their parents find them out of their beds and instead of scolding them, they let them go downstairs for a bite - but Sun starts sobbing because Moon has eaten the nut from the centerpiece (the moment of ruined perfection, a recurring theme in Mansfield's work), and they are sent off to bed again.Sun
Minnie, the new cook.
Nellie, the housemaid.
The gap between children and adults
The text is written in the modernist mode, without a set structure, and with many shifts in the narrative.