Further information about the statement “Are you happy that i gave you Talak”:
In my heart was to ask her question whether she is happy that “I gave her Talak” through second statement.
When you uttered “I divorce you”, one talaq raj’ee (revocable divorce) took place, even though you thought that by uttering this statement talaq does not take place.
When you uttered “I give you talak” another talaq raj’ee took place.
As for your statement to your wife “Are you happy that I gave you Talak”, since you did not intend to give another talaq with this statement (instead you were asking your wife if she was happy with the talaq you issued through your second statement), talaq did not take place due to this statement.
Hence, two revocable divorces (talaq raj’ee) took place in total. That means that you are allowed to take your wife back before her iddah (waiting period) expires. The best method of taking one’s wife back after giving revocable divorce is to say to her in the presence of two witnesses “I am going to maintain you as my wife and I will not let you go” or “I am taking you back into my nikah”.
If, however, you do not take her back during her iddah and her iddah expires, then you can only have her back with a new nikah.
In the future, be extremely careful about issuing another divorce, because if you issue one more divorce, your wife will become forbidden for you and you will not be able to marry her again without halaala.