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    Siiri Stinson comforts her daughter Leah, 20, at home after school May 9 at their Wilton home.

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    Siiri Stinson helps her daughter Leah untie her shoes after returning home in Wilton after a day of school Sept. 6, 2017, at Mt. Blue High School in Farmington. Leah has Angelman syndrome, a deletion of DNA on her 15th chromosome that has resulted in stunted growth and developmental delays.

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    Siiri Stinson feeds her daughter Leah, 20, on Dec. 4, 2017, as the rest of the family works outdoors loading firewood into the basement before a winter storm buries the 4 cords of wood at their home in Wilton.

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    Siiri Stinson sits on the couch reading a children's book to her oldest daughter, Leah, as the youngest child, Owen, 2, plays on a laptop computer on the floor before bedtime Dec. 4, 2017. in Wilton.

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    Leah Stinson sits in her chair at home as she plays with LEGOS after school on Sept. 6, 2017, in Wilton.

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    Samuel Stinson, 17, carries his youngest brother, Owen, 2, to bed Sept. 12, 2017, as his mother, Siiri, and father Jared corral the other children and prepare daughter Leah for bed at their Wilton home.

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    Siiri Stinson, right, holds out her hands to pick up her youngest child, Owen, 2, as Simon, 7, finishes his dinner Sept. 12, 2017, at the family's Wilton home. Daughter Leah is in the background, entertaining herself.

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    Jared Stinson holds his youngest son, Owen, 2, as he corrals his other sons, Simon, 7, and James, 12, for bed Sept. 12, 2017, at their home in Wilton.

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    Jared Stinson reads to all of the children Sept. 6, 2017, from the hallway as they go to bed in Wilton. His daughter Eliza, 10, is by his side. Once the children are asleep, Jared remains in the hallway working on school assignments in his pre-medical concentration at the University of Maine at Farmington.

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    Siiri Stinson guides her daughter up to her second floor bedroom for bedtime on Thursday in Wilton.

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    Siiri Stinson kisses her daughter Leah, 20, as she is tucked into bed for the night Thursday in Wilton. There is no light in the room or furniture for Leah's safety. She tends to get up in the middle of the night and break anything she can grab or smear fecal matter all over the bedroom. Siiri Designed has designed and patented a special pajama to help prevent the smearing.

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