Theo has a Hannukah concert tonight. He goes to a Jewish community center for daycare, and has been diligently practicing the Dreidel Song, a Maccabbees song, and "O Hannukah".
Last night he was at preschool church choir and, as the director told me, demonstrated for everyone how "Away in the Manger" goes. She said he did quite well. I told her I've sung it to him for bedtime for about his whole life, so he should know it well. (It goes inbetween "Twinkle, Twinkle" and "Sleep, my child.")
This morning over his requested buttered toast he told me, quite solemnly, about the songs for the Hannukah concert, which order they come in, and which ones have motions. "Then I'll sing 'Away in a Manger,'" he said.
"Oh no, honey," I jumped in. "Don't do that. That's for the other concert."
Perhaps I have some explaining to do with him!