Martha Sugalski

WESH 2 anchor Martha Sugalski along with her husband Rob pose with two of their triplets, which were born on June 23. (Courtesy of WESH 2 News / June 23, 2013)

"After 6 days on Babies Watch - guess who arrived!!! The triplets are here!!!!" WESH-Channel 2 anchor Martha Sugalski tweeted Sunday morning.

The two boys and one girl were born Saturday morning, WESH announced.

The three children are healthy, the station reported, and Sugalski tweeted that the girl, known as Baby C, was "small but doing well."

Dad is Orlando businessman Robert Reich, and WESH shared photos of the happy parents with the newborns. The boys are identical twins.

Sugalski has three children — Chase, Maxwell and Spencer — from a previous marriage.

Sugalski, a prolific tweeter, took a break when she went into labor. On Saturday, she gave a final tweet: "Such a beautiful weekend, isn't it?"

Nearly 19 hours later, she shared the news that the babes had arrived.

In February, Sugalski told the Sentinel that she had been trying for two years to get pregnant, and she revealed she suffered a miscarriage in 2011. She learned she was pregnant in late November and that she was having triplets in December. She announced her news on WESH in January.

She went into the hospital Monday on her 33rd week of pregnancy, WESH noted. "If we can get to 33 weeks ... the longer we go, great," Sugalski told the Sentinel in February.

"My husband and I really wanted this," she said then. "We've been planning this. That has been a journey for us. Every time a test didn't turn positive it was really tough. But you kind of keep moving forward and hold on to faith and hope that it will happen, and it did."