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Hot Clicks: Priceless reaction when 17-year-old girl is told she's finally getting adopted

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At the age of 17 Meredith Dennis finally gets the news she's been waiting her whole life to hear: "We want to adopt you into our family." At the age of 17 Meredith Dennis finally gets the news she's been waiting her whole life to hear: "We want to adopt you into our family."

KHQ.COM - Can you imagine what it would be like to not have a family? Imagine spending almost your entire childhood bouncing around from one foster home to the next. For some, I'm sure this causes a huge feeling of worthlessness and a feeling like no one wants you. Well, this video is a nice change of pace and will bring a smile and perhaps a few tears to your face.

No matter what your faith or beliefs are, you can't help but feel overjoyed for Meredith Dennis who has gone 17 years of her life without anyone to call family. Finally, almost at the age of adulthood, she gets the news she's been waiting her whole life to hear: "We want to adopt you into our family!"

Disclaimer:

KHQ is not responsible if this video gives you the urge to adopt a child yourself.


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