Year Old Teenager Happy For Adoption News At South Jordan, Utah

Source Jackie Alexander American Heritage of South Jordan

Source Jackie Alexander American Heritage of South Jordan

An 11-year-old girl's reaction to finding out she is finally being adopted is warming hearts across the world.

Tannah spent the last two years wishing the judge would make her foster parents her forever parents.

The office manager at her school, Jackie Alexander, delivered the good news and her heartwarming reaction was caught on tape by the security cameras. 'My heart was so happy, it was like, 'Ahhh!' It was screaming'.

Butterfield can be seen in the video leaping into Alexander's arms and clinging to her after being told the news. Alexander was so touched that she shared the video on social media.

Tannah, 11, along with her brother Teagun, 6, and sister Tallie, 2, will be part of their own "forever family" later this fall.

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"She just held me tighter and tighter and I took advantage of that", said Miss Jackie. Alexander stated, "I got her shoulders and stated, 'Have you heard the news child? There's joy that happens every day", she said.

"My love has grown for this family and I have learned so much from them as they have tried to remain positive". "I just thought oh my gosh we did the right thing". "My husband and I had a lot of infertility problems and we had wanted more", she said, continuing, "This kind of fell on our lap". "I can't even describe that hug", she said. Tannah's moment of unbridled joy quickly turned that around.

"This is like the biggest thing that's ever happened to me", Butterfield told KUTV.

It is the handsome moment being shared around the world.

The couple hopes the adoption of the three siblings will be finalized next month.

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