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Texas — As the snow piles higher around the country and the roads get messier, many couples find comfort and warmth in each other’s arms. It could mean a baby boom come fall.

Bianca doesn’t remember what the weather was like when either of her two children were conceived, but she remembers what she was doing last week when ice and snow trapped her family at home.

Bianca says “Of course it’s cold outside, so you need to snuggle up and get warm and then you probably run out of things to do after a while so you put the kids to bed and you go for it.”

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