Can't think of a better name than 'Miracle' for this gorgeous little girl!

Chambria Mack is an interviewer and data collector for the Flint Registry, a program that helps those affected by the Flint water crisis. She's a mother of two - Brielle and Miracle.

Miracle was born at just 22 weeks and weighed less than one pound; she had less than a 2% chance of survival. She spent four-and-a-half months in the NICU and was able to go home when she weighed about four pounds and six ounces; however, she went home on eight different medications and oxygen. Ever since then, Chambria has been a devoted advocate of Hurley Children's Hospital and the Children's Miracle Network.

“Long story short, she’s 6 now and the child that had a two percent chance, she’s reading at a second-grade level, she’s very active, she’s very smart and she has no health issues…I always tell people, ‘she named herself,'" she said in an piece for flintregistry.org.

Both Miracle and her sister Brielle love My Little Pony and Kidz Bop music. Miracle's favorite foods are cheesy and the cheesy roll-ups from Taco Bell.

courtesy of Hurley Children's Hospital

Can you help out moms like Chambria and babies like Miracle? Become a miracle maker for just $10, which comes out to just 30 cents per day. You can donate by texting HURLEY to 51555 or calling 877-719-KIDS (5437).

Thank you so much to Chambria, Miracle and Brielle for sharing their story with us! We've heard so many amazing miracle stories in the last 12 hours.

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