CLOVIS, Calif. --A Clovis girl, born with a form of dwarfism, received a gift that'll help her and her parents get around with ease.
Payton received a "little scoot" thanks to a gift from two local non-profits. The devices are specifically designed for little people, and come with a custom seat which allows them to sit or stand.
"It's gonna help me if my legs get tired somewhere. We can always bring it so I can move around," said Payton Tumbiolo.
"This is something when we go out of town and we do long walks we're carrying her. So going to actually help me too and my back and she's going to feel more independent," said Amanda Tumbiolo.
The timing for this gift is perfect for the Tumbiolo family as they are going to Disneyland soon.
Sweet Nectar Society and Able Advocates pitched in to give the family the $3 thousand gadget.