Utah girl jumps for joy upon learning of her adoption
Oct 11 2017 by Kathy Alvarado
Tannah Butterfield, a sixth-grader at American Heritage School in Utah, visits the staff at the school's office every day.
Tannah was attending school in South Jordan, Utah when she was called in to the administration office.
Alexander thought the minute was lovely to the point that she got Fisher's authorization and shared the video via web-based networking media.
Tannah spent the last two years wishing the judge would make her foster parents her forever parents.
The school's security camera captured the touching moment last week.
"Although I knew she would be happy to hear the news, I didn't expect her to react the way she did. You get your forever family, '" Alexander said. She stated "I cry as I write this. She just held me tight".
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She told KSL she wanted to share the video of Tannah to show that there's still positivity in the world.
"I just thought, 'Oh my gosh, we've done the right thing, '" Fisher said. In 12 years at this activity, this is by a wide margin my best minute ever!
"It's the biggest thing that ever happened to me", 11-year-old Tannah Butterfield told KUTV.
Miss Jackie told her that her adoption had been finalized. "I just kissed her up one side and down the other", Alexander said. She said she was happy to give Tannah the news after there had been several setbacks in the family's case.
Tannah's joy is apparent in the video, where she leaps into Alexander's arms, kicking her legs up and down. "It was like, 'Ah!' It was screaming", Tannah said.