Published: Wed, October 11, 2017
Medicine | By Earnest Bishop

11-year-old girl's adoption surprise caught on camera

11-year-old girl's adoption surprise caught on camera

After a parental rights case lasting more than two years, a judge gave the green light this week for the Fishers to adopt the Butterfield siblings, Fisher said.

The school's security camera captured Tannah's precious reaction.

"In 12 years at this job, this is by far my best moment ever!"

She told KSL she wanted to share the video of Tannah to show that there's still positivity in the world.

Alexander thought the moment was so attractive that she got Fisher's permission and shared the video on social media.

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Tannah was attending school in South Jordan, Utah when she was called in to the administration office. Little did Butterfield know, Miss Jackie (Alexander) had some awesome news for her young friend. Alexander said, "I grabbed her shoulders and said, 'Have you heard the news baby? You get your eternity family".

Walt Disney's Cinderella may have been the first to say it, but today, 11-year-old Tannah Butterfield from Utah is actually living it. "I just kissed her up one side and down the other side".

The sixth grader jumped into Alexander's arms and gave her the biggest hug. "My heart was so happy", she said.

"We just feel like we're ordinary people that are taking care of three children that we love and we want to be part of our family", she said. "She simply held me more tightly and more tightly and I exploited that. It was like, 'Ah!' It was screaming", Tannah said. "There's joy that happens every day".

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