An 11-year-old girl's reaction to finding out she is finally being adopted is warming hearts across the world.
"Jackie" to Tannah, has known the girl for nearly two years and has become close friends with her soon-to-be adoptive parents.
Jackie Alexander, who works as a school office manager in Utah, delivered the happy news to 11-year-old Tannah Butterfield on October 2. 'My heart was so happy, it was like, 'Ahhh!' It was screaming'.
"All that excitement, joy and happiness that you see in Tannah went right through to me", Alexander, 45, told ABC News today.
The office manager - whom Tannah considers a close friend - shared the security camera footage of the moment, and the story behind it, with her social media followers.
To tell a young lady that she gets her family always takes the cake.
Tannah was attending school in South Jordan, Utah when she was called in to the administration office.
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"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".
"We were just shocked", Jen Fisher said. "My husband and I had a lot of infertility problems and we had wanted more".
Alexander said the moment was a bright spot on an otherwise somber day - the video took place the day after the mass shooting in Las Vegas.
"Never, ever, ever give up", she said. "I just kissed her up one side and down the opposite side".
It is the lovely moment being shared around the world.
The couple said they hope the adoption will be finalized next month.