'Sheep' steals baby Jesus, 'Mary' rescues him in Christmas performance


Two young girls stole the show during a church's nativity pageant in Tennessee this week.

As for Teegan, her mom said perhaps she would have put the baby Jesus down, but "once she heard the crowd laughing, the more they laughed the more she strut her stuff".

The show went on after a little parental intervention. But she ends up stealing the baby Jesus doll and begins dancing with it on stage.

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The delightful video was posted on Facebook by Tana Benson - the sheep's mama. Definitely a program I will remember.

As for the 3-year-old playing Mary?

"She (Teegan) pulls back the little blanket, and I thought 'Oh no, ' Benson said in an interview with Knox News". "When I went up to take Teegan's hand and walk her off the stage, the little girl playing Mary said, 'She touched the baby Jesus!" "[Mary] is a stickler for the rules".

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"I told her we were sorry". "This is insane.' So then just the way I guess it just kind of went viral, as they say, it's been overwhelming for sure". "So (she) was not having it, and she knew we were not supposed to touch the Baby Jesus so she made sure that Teegan knew for sure that that was unacceptable".

Benson said the scuffle was a humorous reminder that even a headlock can be given in love.

Later she told Today.com: "She just really wanted that baby Jesus".

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