Published: Mon, December 18, 2017
Global | By Shelia Dennis

Toddler steals baby Jesus during live nativity scene

Toddler steals baby Jesus during live nativity scene

A tiny angel gazed reverently at the scene, while children sang the old hymn "Away in a Manger" sweetly in the background.

A Christmas pageant descends into chaos when a 2-year-old "sheep" attempts to steal baby Jesus and Mary responds by putting the sheep in a headlock. She explained how the crime went down, saying: "My little sheep took the baby Jesus, breaking all the rules leaving poor little Mary no choice but to take action!"

However, her 3-year-old friend, Collia Weems, was not a fan of Teegan's antics and put him back in his bed.

The two young girls then engaged in a tug-of-war with the doll, with Collia wrapping her arm around Teegan's neck and grabbing for it.

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"She is not a stickler for rules for herself, but wants everyone else to follow the rules", Kristin told HuffPost about her daughter.

But Teegan runs off with the baby again and is chased by Mary who puts her in a headlock when she refuses to give him back. "We weren't supposed to touch the baby Jesus!'"

"I told her we were sorry".

"Teegan loves being the centre of attention, so the more people laughed, the more excited she was to show her stuff". Benson said she never expected the video to go viral.

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When asked what she'll cherish the most from that moment, Kristin said, "I think I will remember them both walking off the stage and sitting down like nothing had happened".

"Definitely a program I will remember". LOVE these kiddos and my church family! "Laughed so hard I cried!"

So far, the post has racked up over 8.6 million views and more than 236,000 shares on Facebook.

This post has been updated with comments from Kristin Weems.

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