The Triplets are coming! The Triplets are coming!!

Like Christmas in September, we simply could not wait any longer for the day when we could unwrap and unplug our precious angels to take them home. Ariel Moriah surprised us all by being discharged first, this past Monday, 9/19. It was a rough couple of nights in the Payne household, with Mommy and Daddy both trying to go sleep just as the sun was coming up.

Jaslyn Monet was later discharged on Thursday, 9/23, and she wasted no time keeping her parents on their toes. A couple of bottles and soiled diapers later and her Daddy snuck away just enough to get this newsletter out!

The best news is, is that our trio is finally expected to be fully reunited on Sunday, when David L Payne IV makes his way back home to ensure that they'll be no more rest for the weary. We have tons of great new pictures, all of which you can view at A Peek at the Paynes

See you soon!


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    About David

    Born in Georgia, and raised in South Florida, David is a finance and banking manager with a love for writing, artistic creations, athletics and youth development.  He completed a Liberal Arts and Sciences degree in Sociology at the University of Florida in 2003, and began his career in Jacksonville, FL.   His career took him to Charlotte, NC, where he met so many of his closest friends and experienced both professional and spiritual growth. Davids love for writing began as a youth, but he kept his work private, sharing his words only with closest friends and family.  He is the sole inspiration for this blog, having shared his personal experiences on the other side of infertility and the journey towards a family.  Expectant fathers are rarely given the platform or opportunity to speak about their emotional journey during pregnancy leaving their feelings and fears often unexplored. David's goal was to provide a place where both parents would be free to learn, grow, and most of all, feel safe in sharing. 

    David and Monet lead quiet lives, returning back to Florida in 2013 and becoming involved in their local AME church and fraternal organizations.  David and Monet married in 2011 and have one Dachshund named Lebron (yes, after that Lebron). They both strive for peace within their lives and their home, and love to be surrounded by family and close friends.  David and Monet both believe in miracles and God's rich blessings and they pray you enjoy this look into their experiences.