Little girl getting news of forever home goes viral

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An 11-year-old girl in Utah was caught on camera learning that she was officially adopted.

Jackie Alexander, Tannah's friend and the office manager at her school, was asked to deliver the good news because she was going to be the first person to see 11-year-old, who had been anxious about the adoption.

When she learned her adoption was official, Tannah jumped into Alexander's arms and didn't let go. "You get your forever family", said Alexander. "We could not quit embracing". "And just being together and I know that... like having someone to actually love me". "It was pure joy at its finest".

11-year-old girl's reaction to finding out she's getting adopted will make your day. She said she was happy to give Tannah the news after there had been several setbacks in the family's case. "In 12 years at this job, this is by far my best moment ever".

"Never, ever, ever give up", she said. She asked me if I would be sure to tell her sweet girl when she came to my desk for her daily visit. "We did the right thing", said Jennifer Fisher.

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The Fishers are also adopting two of Tannah's siblings, Teagun, 6, and Tallie, 2.

The Fishers had been Tannah's foster parents for two years.

"There's a lot going on in the world and there's a lot of sadness that we see, but you know what? You get your forever family", Jackie Alexander said.

It is the handsome moment being shared around the world.

"They're just caring, loving, they take really good care of me", she said. She told KSL she wanted to share the video of Tannah to show that there's still positivity in the world.