Our Miracle Baby!
Meet the Artists XXVI and Gala Reception 2014
View the works of 18 prominent local African-American artists, including Tammy Sloss, during the 26th annual presentation of "Meet the Artists," beginning Wednesday, January 29 and continuing through Saturday, March 22 at Central Library, 40 E. St. Clair Street.
The exhibit, sponsored by The Indianapolis Public Library's African-American History Committee, has become one of the city's premiere cultural events while providing an avenue for African-American artists to showcase their works. The exhibit will feature works in a variety of artistic mediums throughout Central Library.
The entire community is invited to meet the artists and enjoy an evening of cultural entertainment during the "Meet the Artists Gala Reception" on Saturday, February 8 from 5:45 - 10 p.m. at Central Library.
To learn more about the "Meet the Artists" exhibit and Gala, call 275-4099 or visit www.indypl.org
First Book-Signing and Gala...Feb. 25th, 2012
Click on the link below to watch my Fox59 Interview.
What if you and your child were given a 50 percent chance of survival during childbirth? What if you finally delivered and your baby weighs 1 lb and 6 ozs? Would you be prepared for what takes place in the NICU (Neonatal Intensive Care Unit)?
What is the difference between life and death, when death seems so near?
Prayer, Hope and a Miracle!
My new book will be published November 2011 and I am already excited about my reader's response because, Our Miracle Baby! "Didn't They Stop to See?" will leave you in awe of how Great God is!
Our daughter was born at 26 weeks gestational age weighing 1 lb and 6 ozs and from the very first moment I was able to see her, my heart dropped as I walked toward her incubator only to see a pink blanket covering her whole body. Of course I thought the worst! Once I was able to pull the blanket up, I saw the tiniest baby I had ever seen in my life.
Stacia remained in NICU for 3 months, and there were many times we thought we would lose her, even the day of her scheduled departure, she stopped breathing.
God had another plan for her and that is why I have written this book. To give other mothers, and families hope that God still work miracles!