He even has a line: "I see Mary and a tiny baby."
My brother, highly experienced with live theater and entertainment, is thrilled that Tucker will make his debut onto the stage. He reminded me: "An actor's first task is to be heard."
Ah. Projection. Yes. We'll work on that. And if I'm not careful, my son will be the yelling cow in the Christmas play.
(Uncle Rob says, "Yes, but he will be heard.")
So, we've been practicing his line. But so far he doesn't have it quite straight. He has said:
"I see my eye with a baby."
"I see a lizard and her baby."
"I see a marigold and a lizard baby."
How a lizard worked its way into his framework, I'm unsure. But we'll keep practicing.