Byline: By Lydia Whitield South Wales Echo
Teenager Lisa McConnell has always stood tall and proud.
At 6ft 2in, she's never been one to stoop or try to fit in with the crowd.
She comes from a tall family, her mum, Debbie Reynolds, dad Grant McConnell and gran Carol Reynolds are six-footers.
'My Nan used to joke we'd all grown up in a greenhouse! When I was in school, I never got picked on for my height, like some kids do. I got on with everyone and really enjoyed school,' says the 18-year-old child care student at Barry College.
When she started playgroup, staff thought she was old enough to be in nursery school because she was so big for her age, and during her secondary school days at Bryn Hafren, she towered above all the other children.
But she …