Being born with a congenital disease such as Spinal Muscular Atrophy usually means your life is going to be tough. Fortunately for Lindsey Cochran, she had someone to watch after her and never leave her side, her big brother.

After they won a Unsung Hero Award back in 2013, they agreed to tell their story for the camera and you will be amazed by the how mature this boy is and how much love there is in this family. His reaction in the end while he was talking about how much Lindsey means to him got me choked up.

Original Source: the-cochran-family

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