It was held at Desert Hills High School, where they have Thor's Hammer in a glass case. Jackson thought it was so cool, and made the best faces for pictures.
We went as a family to see the lights at the temple, and drove around to find some music displays - the kids watched for way longer than I thought they would.
Adam picked up this house - they are so not my favorite. Luckily the Tylers came over for dinner and a movie (The Muppets Christmas Carol!) and got the ball rolling so I didn't have to supervise at all, just let them eat all the candy and frosting they wanted. I don't have a picture of the Christmas tree, but I have to say that it was so fun this year to decorate with my childhood decorations - helped with missing our own that are away in storage.
Other highlights included a Christmas Music devotional over in Green Valley that Peggy was in and invited us to. One thing I really enjoy about living in St. George is being able to point out so many things to the kids about where Adam and I went to church as teenagers, or where we went to school, etc etc. Being back in that ward house brought back so many memories. We also had a ham dinner on Christmas Eve with the Tylers, and a very nice Christmas dinner at Terrel and Janet's the next day. All in all it was a wonderful Christmas, although seeing pictures of the beautiful snow up north is a bit sad.