Miami Children’s Museum
It’s too easy for time-strapped moms to neglect time for themselves and lose touch with friends. These area groups offer fun with fellow moms who get the ups and downs of parenthood. They also offer options for moms to up the ante with those parenting skills and find help when mommy woes become overwhelming.
Help kids steer clear of negative influences by surrounding them with altruism at some of the best area organizations. These groups welcome children, not just teens and adults, and encourage them to learn to give back by doing everything from walking pets to learning the ins and outs of running a museum.
Parades, celtic dancers, bagpipes, kilts and all things Irish will come out to play on St. Patrick’s Day in South Florida. With so many great celebrations to be had, the hardest decision is where to take your family for all the fun.
South Florida offers so many exciting attractions for families, from parks to museums to wildlife. When your family is ready to take a break from the South Beach scene, visit some of these kid-friendly attractions, which are favorites of locals and visitors alike.
Halloween is a time when children are supposed to be spooked but some haunted houses might be a little too scary for the young ones. Here is a list of haunted houses that thrill without terrifying your child.
The age-old Easter fantasy of the whole family in its Sunday best smiling around the table never quite seems to work out, but this is Miami and that’s OK. Let the kids get messy and take fun photos that’ll last a lifetime at any of these fun, family friendly Easter events.
Exposing children to artistic endeavors has been shown to help their brains grow and leads them toward a cultured and well-rounded adulthood. Art and crafts are also just plain fun and a great way for your kids to socialize. Miami is the perfect place to get them out, get them messy and let their brilliance shine.
In a metropolitan city as large and diverse as Miami, an emphasis is definitely put on educating and providing culture to the masses – most especially through local museums.
It’s a 66-foot long ship, carrying with it a message of tolerance and ethnic diversity, and it’s making its mark at Art Basel Miami Beach.
Forty-five South Florida children who have sadly experienced tragic abuse found new homes Friday in Florida’s largest adoption ceremony.