Meet little Latiya - the miracle baby who survived against the odds despite being born 16 weeks early. The tot made her grand entrance during Marie Dononhue's trip to the loo. New mum Marie said she was convinced her baby daughter, who weighed just a pound, was dead when she arrived unexpectedly in the bathroom. Speaking from the family home in Green Street, Toxteth, she recalled how she held Latiya close to her body fearing she would never survive. Reliving the dramatic moment Marie, 38, said: "Latiya wasn't breathing and her body was blue.    "My brother called 999 and the call taker Graeme Maylor gave instructions to him.    "Graeme reassured him that the ambulance was on its way and within minutes a rapid response vehicle arrived."   Steve Clarke was the first paramedic on the scene. He resuscitated Latiya, who was no bigger than the palm of his hand, before paramedics John Mitchell and Danielle Bond rushed her to Liverpool Women's hospital. Marie, who was bleeding heavily, was also taken to the Toxteth hospital for treatment. Paramedic Danielle said: "When we arrived we literally ran up the stairs to the Intensive Care Unit and placed the baby into an incubator. "She was so tiny. We just prayed that she would be OK." Latiya remained in the incubator for 10 days before being transferred to Alder Hey hospital for an operation on her bowel. She was then transferred back to the Women's where she was placed back in an incubator for another three-and-a-half months.    Marie added: "Latiya is a little fighter. She is so small but very strong.  "I can't believe she survived. She has been diagnosed as being deaf in one ear but she is still perfect to me.            " Daily Mail