Guest Speaker for Pandora Parent Group

I was thrilled to be asked by Melissa Bailey to present my eBook – ‘Activities for Babies – when toys are not enough’ to a large group of Mums and bubs.


With the adorable babies present, I was able to show the babies (and parents) how fun it is to use every day items around the home and bring a smile to their cute faces.

From nappy box fun for creating obstacle courses or castles. To smaller boxes for making imaginative games such as ‘what’s in the box.’ To water and ball play and explorations outdoors. Activities for Babies – when toys are not enough is a fun and interactive eBook for parent and child. It is a building block to aid the parent to ‘take a simple item from around the home and think how best to use it for some fun with their baby.’ The main objective is to get bubs and their parents, smiling and giggling.

Test out this fun musical activity with your baby:

Music Time

Get out the drum kit

What you will need:

  • Measuring cups
  • Tin food from pantry
  • Small sized bucket
  • Spoons


  1. Set up your drum kits and show your baby how to tap the drum kits (cups, tins, buckets etc) with the spoons.
  2. Place one spoon in each of your baby’s hand. And let them tap away, listening to the different beats.

Spice it up with some jar lids to create different tunes.


Image:  © Sborisov |

Purchase Activities for Babies – when toys are not enough here: 

If you are looking for a personable, interactive, engaging speaker, be sure to email me at: for any paid speaking opportunities.

To download a free e-reader app to your mobile, PC or iPad click here:

Having access to activities or children’s eBooks at your finger tips is much easier when you can see the eBook from your mobile or other hand held device.


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