See The Heart-Warming Moment This 11-Year-Old Girl Was Adopted

See The Heart-Warming Moment This 11-Year-Old Girl Was Adopted

See The Heart-Warming Moment This 11-Year-Old Girl Was Adopted

Eleven-year-old Tannah Butterfield spent the last two years hoping a judge would make her foster parents her forever parents.

Jackie Alexander, with the American Heritage School, was given permission from the court to tell Tannah and her two siblings had officially found their forever home.

CCTV from the office showed Tannah launching into Ms Alexander's arms after learning she was finally being adopted.

Alexander also writes that she knows the family and has watched them fight to adopt three foster children that attend the school where she works.

Miss Jackie told her that her adoption had been finalized. "It was like 'ah!' I was like screaming", Tannah said.

Alexander, an employee at American Heritage of South Jordan in Utah, said she's known Tannah, a sixth-grade student, for almost two years.

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"A dear family I know has been fighting for as long as I can keep in mind to adopt 3 of their foster children ..."

"They are just caring, loving, they take really good care of me", said Butterfield. 'It might take a long time but just stick with it and it will be worth it. "I just thought oh, my gosh". "I just kissed her up one side and down the other side".

Posting the video on Instagram, a day after the Las Vegas massacre, Jackie wrote that the world needed some more "light and joy".

"Never, ever, ever give up", she said. As for the moment when she was able to break the news, she described it as a "sweet reminder... that life can be and still is attractive in spite of it all".

"I had to let people know there's a lot going on in the world, a lot of sadness but you know what?"

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