I adopted a dog earlier this week. The joy and the happiness my son and I felt was probably only surpassed by the happiness our new rescue dog felt when he realized he finally had  a permanent home and was surrounded by love. Imagine how emotional it would be for a kid who finally gets adopted.

That's exactly what happened to an 11-year-old girl named Tannah Butterfield. She's been living with foster parents for the past two years. Last week, she found out they're officially adopting her. The office manager at her school is friends with Tannah's foster parents, and got to give her the good news at school. Now a video of the moment she found out is all over Facebook, because it's just pure joy.

A security camera at the school caught her reaction. She was so excited, she literally jumped into the woman's arms and wouldn't let go. The friend called Tannah's foster parents to get permission before she posted the video online. It happened one day after the shooting in Vegas. And she wanted to remind people there are still good moments in life that we can all appreciate.

By the way, Tannah's foster parents aren't just adopting her. They're also adopting her 6-year-old brother, and her 2-year-old sister.