Dressed as a sheep, she decides to pick up the Jesus doll from the manger, rocking it in her arms with a big smile facing the audience.
Chaos erupted at a preschool Nativity play Sunday when Mary put a sheep in a headlock and wrestled baby Jesus with cameras rolling.
The video posted to Facebook by the sheep's mother Tana Benson has gone viral.
A Nativity scene put on by First Baptist Church of White Pine took a bit of an unexpected, yet hilarious, turn when a little girl dressed up as a sheep chose to take Baby Jesus from the manger, CBS affiliate WTVF reports.
When the women asked little Collia what happened on stage at First Baptist White Pine Church, she told them: "Teegan jacked the baby Jesus, I had to jack him back". Definitely a program I will remember.
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So as Jesus laid away in a manger, Teegan couldn't give him away to anyone.
"She just really wanted that baby Jesus", Benson told Today.com.
"Another mom, the angel's mom and I were sitting there saying, 'oh my gosh, do we go up there? "(Mary) is a stickler for the rules.
"You know, it really is a amusing video, and it really is a positive thing this time of year and really kind of still - though it's amusing - still kind of focuses on what I know to be the true meaning of Christmas, which is Jesus", she said.
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