Grandma who texted wrong teen for Thanksgiving shared 4th holiday with him

"I really enjoy the time I spend with her."

Two families shared their fourth turkey day after an accidental text message brought them together in 2016.

The tradition began when Wanda Dench, now 62, thought she was texting her grandson to invite him to Thanksgiving when she actually texted Jamal Hinton, now 20.

Hinton, a high school senior at the time, responded by asking for a photo to confirm if it was his own grandmother behind the text. The picture came in of a woman with blonde hair and glasses -- not Jamal's grandma.

"[You're] not my grandma," Jamal replied with a laughing emoji.

Hinton of Phoenix, Arizona, sent back a selfie to let her know he was not her grandson and asked if he could stop by for dinner anyway.

Dench replied, "Of course you can. That's what grandmas do ... feed everyone."

Each year, Hinton tweets a photo of himself with Dench enjoying Thanksgiving together.

"Me and Wanda actually were both thinking that Thanksgiving is all about being grateful, thankful and blessed," he told "GMA" Friday. "Can't have Thanksgiving without [being together]."

Hinton and Dench broke bread at Hinton's girlfriend Mikaela's Aunt Tauna's house on Thursday and "as promised" he shared an update on Twitter.

This was the pairs fourth Thanksgiving together and Hinton, who now holds down a full-time job, said he feels great that the tradition has continued.

"Her finally meeting my family felt great! Family is huge thing to me so for such a close friend to be able to finally join me and my family for dinner especially for Thanksgiving felt great," Hinton said.

"[Wanda] is a really good person," Hinton told "Good Morning America" Tuesday. "I really enjoy the time I spend with her."

In 2018, Hinton posted a video on YouTube, documenting his and Dench's holiday dinner.

Dench said in the video that she grew up in the military. Her father was in the Navy and her husband was in the Army.

"We moved around a lot so I was always going to new places. And so strangers were not strangers to me," she said.

"Family is more than blood," Dench added. "It's the people you want to be with."