It’s not yet Christmas, but Seth Miller has already gotten his dream gift: a family. The 18-year-old teenager from Rockwall, Texas, had been in and out of foster care since the age of 7 and lived with five different foster homes over the years, according to Dallas's WFFA News 8.
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Although many teens may envy a high school senior with his own pad, Miller would have traded it in for just one thing any day of the week: “One family," he told the local station. "Even if I had to live in a box– family."
His hard-luck case was featured in a local story on WFAA. And here’s where things got interesting. It turns out Miller has a