Rochester, N.Y. - 9 month-old Mara Ogg let out a pretty good scream during a news conference Wednesday afternoon where she was introduced to the media for the first time.
That's when her father joked that the baby had a good set of lungs.
Mara was seriously injured in a house fire at the Ogg's home in Chili back in January.
She was rescued by firefighters, but suffered third degree burns and smoke inhalation.
Doctors said when Mara was brought in, she only had a 25 percent chance of survival.
Dr. Derek Bell of the Kessler Family Burn Unit at Strong called Mara's recovery "a small miracle."
Bell said, "It is a little bit of a miracle that she is still with us."
Dr. Bell credited his team in the burn unit who cared for Mara and her other family members injured in that fire. He also said firefighters who rescued Mara saved her life.
"Seconds count in any house fire, and I think if Mara was in the house seconds longer, she wouldn't be with us today."
Joe Ogg became emotional when he talked about doctors and firefighters who saved his family, "My family had a slim chance, they made that chance bigger."
Mara's mother Katelyn is still in the hospital.
She could be released in the next few weeks, but faces extensive physical therapy.
4 year-old RJ was released and is now back in school.
Joe Ogg's mother, Judy, also suffered smoke inhalation and is still recovering at home.
Ogg said he is grateful to doctors, firefighters and the community and is also grateful his family is okay.
"It just seems like a miracle. It looked like everyone was going to die."