I am endebted to the Belfast Bloggee for some images of the 'Picasso Crib' the brainchild of a family member. In contrast Huttonian can only offer shots of the Old Manse version which is in the back 'hall' and is very much home made in the best tradition of family Christmasses. The Hutton Crib can not compete in graphic splendour with Picasso but in our case the baby Jesus may have been left out in the cold but probably ok in his swaddling clothes (click images for detail) but I suspect is in much better shape than in the Picasso version where a broken neck seems to be his least serious injury.
PS The wife wishes it to be known (in her capacity as crib master) the baby Jesus is safe and well in the manger. The second infant wrapped in swaddling clothes is a decoy to confuse would be kidnappers and was anyhow left outside as there was no room for it in either the Inn or the manger