Tannah Butterfield, 11, leaped into school office manager Jackie Alexander's arms when she shared the news with her.
Alexander thought the minute was lovely to the point that she got Fisher's authorization and shared the video via web-based networking media.
After two years of anticipation, Tannah's dream was finally answered after a judge approved adoption requests for her and her two younger siblings, reported KUTV.
Alexander, who had been feeling gloomy that day after hearing of the mass shooting in Las Vegas the night before, decided Tannah's reaction was so attractive, she had to share it. My love has grown for this family and I have learned so much from them as they have tried to remain positive despite many set backs'.
Tannah hopes when people watch her video, they will remember that if you wish for something long enough, it may just come true. "It was like 'ah!' I was like screaming", Tannah said. "She was just so anxious and didn't want her to wait any longer, so that's where I got to play a small part".
Tannah's soon-to-be mother, Jennifer Fisher, says she's grateful the camera recorded the moment.
"I was overjoyed and humbled", Alexander told 1010 WINS about being able to tell the family such incredible news. "I just kissed her up one side and down the other side". "A moment needed after waking up to another morning of devastating news on TV ... but a sweet reminder today that life can be and still is handsome in spite of it all". "My husband and I had a lot of infertility problems and we had wanted more". Tannah's moment of unbridled joy quickly turned that around.