WASHINGTON (AP) _ Chelsea's home for the holidays.

Stanford University's most famous freshman arrived back at the White House on Saturday evening, a day after the end of her first quarter.

With her parents by her side, Chelsea attended church services Sunday at the Foundry United Methodist Church, where she was a member of the youth group before leaving for Stanford in Palo Alto, Calif.

The rest of the afternoon was devoted to the family's new chocolate-colored Labrador, who was moving into the White House on Saturday after successfully completing an obedience training course. The three-month-old First Dog has yet to be named.

The President and first lady Hillary Rodham Clinton had waited for Chelsea's arrival before really kicking into the holiday season. Now that she's back, the Clintons' family tree will be added to the mansion's 23 other trees.

Chelsea has managed to visit home every month since her September departure. She paid her mother a surprise birthday visit in October, and celebrated Thanksgiving with her parents last month.

She's due back for classes Jan. 6.