The Castle Douglas tot was born with spina bifida, meaning she is unlikely to ever stand on her own two feet.
But a fundraising effort by friends of her mum Claire Ross earlier this year raised the money for an Upsee – a special harness that straps the three-year-old to her mum.
The kit has now been delivered, meaning the pair can go out for walks together.
Claire said: “It’s lovely to see her wee face. We’ve not been able to use it as much in the last few weeks as I’ve had an operation on my leg but she’s been in it with the physio.
“We can use it pretty much every day. If we’re going down to the park we can use it. She’s really enjoying it.”
Anya is unable to walk on her own as she has suffered problems in the development of her spinal cord. She also has an excess of fluid on the brain called hydrocephalus.
When Claire found out about the Upsee in April she contacted her partner on Facebook to say it cost £269.
Her friends then talked about raising the money and the target was met inside 24 hours.
In fact so much money was raised there was enough for a second Upsee which went to someone Claire knew in Edinburgh.
And on Monday six-year-old Lucy Abbeels and mum Jeannette travelled to Claire’s house to try out the harness for the first time.
All four would like to thank everyone who took part in the fundraising.