Tannah Butterfield dreamed of the day her foster parents would be able to make it official and adopt her and her two younger siblings.
Alexander thought the minute was attractive to the point that she got Fisher's authorization and shared the video via web-based networking media.
Butterfield's foster parents had been fighting to adopt the three children for a few years, and were finally granted permission by a judge.
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"Katie couldn't go a day without visiting her brand-new twin girls in the hospital ", the fundraising page's organizer wrote. According to People , Katie was almost home from the hospital before she was involved in the horrific auto accident.
Security cameras at the school captured the touching moment. "You get your forever family", said Alexander.
"She's easy to cling to", Butterfield told CBS-affiliate KUTV. In 12 years at this job, this is by far my best moment ever! But the news that 11-year-old Tannah Butterfield received had her jumping for joy. "I can't depict that hug...and thank sky her mother wouldn't fret that I kissed her a million times, and a million more after the film cuts off". "It was like 'ah!' I was like screaming", Tannah said.
"My heart was so happy", she said.
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"All that excitement, joy and happiness that you see in Tannah went right through to me", Alexander, 45, told ABC News today.
"She just kept holding me tight, she kept holding me tighter and tighter", Alexander said.
"It's been hard to watch them fight this emotional battle." said Alexander in an Instagram post.
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