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Christmas has had a good run at the Antenucci house, where the glistening tree and framed family photos with Santa went on display even before Thanksgiving.
It's mere coincidence that the red-and-green charts in the bedroom perfectly complemented the home's festive theme, but an appropriate one, considering that the White Plains couple credits the fertility-tracking diagrams for their greatest gifts: 2-year-old Matteo and 5-month-old Olivia.
"Now, we have our two angels for Christmas," said Michelle Antenucci, 33, smiling as her baby daughter grabbed at the folded spreadsheets.
The colorful charts illustrate their use of the Creighton Model - one of the Natural Family Planning techniques that are the Catholic Church's only permitted form of birth control - because it allows a couple to remain open to the possibility of creating new life. In recent years, the Archdiocese of New York and local instructors say these traditionally faith-based methods have started appealing to couples motivated by scientific results, despite skepticism from their doctors.
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