Couple adopts 7 siblings together: 'They didn't need to lose each other'

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A set of seven brothers and sisters were just adopted together after being separated for over a year in foster care.

Emerson, 12, Autumn, 11, Jaxon, 9, Journey, 8, Jace, 7, Piper, 5, and Sawyer, 3, found their forever home on Wednesday thanks to their new adoptive parents, Lisa and Gary Fulbright.

"Everyone was ecstatic, it was a full courtroom," Lisa Fulbright of Derby, Kansas, told "Good Morning America," about the adoption day. "Autumn, she woke up this morning, stretched and her first words were, 'I'm adopted!'"

For the full story by Nicole Pelletiere follow the link below to goodmorningamerica.com.