A valley dad has three new reasons to be thankful this Father's Day.
"Wow, this is definitely a Father's Day to remember," said Taylor Varley. "To think that I've already been blessed with two beautiful daughters and now I have three more to welcome into the world."
Last year Jaime and Taylor Varley celebrated Father's Day with their two beautiful girls, Macie and Reese.
This year they've got triple the celebration: triplets.
"We call them spontaneous triplets. Completely natural, no family history, no fertility use, no nothing. It was pretty shocking," said Taylor Varley.
In an instant, the family of four became a family of seven and a man surrounded by three little ladies became a man surrounded by six.
'The pregnancy has been stressful, the delivery has been stressful and I'm sure the next 18 years will be stressful," said Jamie Varley.
Reese and Macie are getting used to the idea of being big sisters, but aren't quite sure how the triplet thing works.
"It's been interesting. They understand there's three, but they don't understand how rare it is," said Taylor Varley. "They say things like, 'When I grow up, I'll have eight babies in my belly' or 'five babies in my belly.' One day they will realize what a miracle this is."
The triplets were born at Banner Thunderbird Medical Center.
"Sometimes we lay in bed and we say to ourselves, 'Are we really having triplets? Who does that? The delivery and to have them here, it feels like a dream, but we're happy to have them. Kind of see where this crazy adventure takes us," said Taylor Varley.
It was a crazy adventure that starts with a once in a lifetime Father's Day weekend.
"Father's Day has always been a really special day for me to be with my dad, as the only son," said Taylor Varley. "I look forward to having those special memories with my girls. It's been amazing."