LIKE most big brothers, Sean Millett teases his little sister, Ruth.
She clearly adores him, though, tearing in from school to fling herself on top of him. He responds by swinging her up in the air and tickling her, with much giggling and shrieks of glee.
The age difference between them might always have meant that Sean, 18, would feel responsible for nine-year-old Ruth, but there is no doubt he feels particularly protective of her. She has Cornelia de Lange Syndrome (CdLS)....
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