See little girl's joy as she learns she's being adopted

See little girl's joy as she learns she's being adopted

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

Watch: Tannah Butterfield speaks about the moment she learned she was being adopted.

Year Six student Tannah Butterfield was given the happiest news of her life at school last Monday, and her reaction said it all. "They take really good care of me", Tannah said.

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

And then last Monday, Miss Jackie, the office manager at her school, walked in with fantastic news.

Alexander said, "I grabbed her shoulders and said, 'Have you heard the news baby?" The officer manager posted the video, which was shared across the internet, because she wanted to show people there is joy happening every day. "We didn't all know it was going to happen like that". "And just being together and I know that... like having someone to actually love me".

"She's just one that I've made a little bond with and it's lasted", Alexander said.

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The school's office manager Jackie Alexander told the girl on behalf of her new mom, Jennifer Fisher.

"Never, ever, ever give up", she said.

"I've been overwhelmed that my simple thoughts of a sweet moment have gone so viral", Alexander said.

It is the lovely moment being shared around the world.

There are more than 100,000 children living in foster care, just hoping for loving, forever families.

Tannah had her own message. An inability to find a family can leave these children with a grim future, according to a 2016 study by Arrow Child and Family Ministries.

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