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Jeannette Kaplun is a Latina mom of two, TV host, parenting author and blogger. She co-founded Todobebé and hosted the Viva la Familia TV show on Univision, but is now devoted to her newest bilingual venture Hispana Global. She loves to help others. Oh! And she wrote the parenting book in Spanish Todobebé: Todo lo que necesitas saber para el primer año de tu bebé" .

An award-winning journalist and internationally recognized parenting expert, Jeannette Kaplun has over 17 years of experience on TV, radio, online media and as a published author. Born in El Paso, Texas, and raised in Chile, Jeannette is truly bilingual and bicultural. She just launched her newest bilingual platform for Hispanic women, Hispana Global. Jeannette was also one of the hosts for the Climate Reality Project’s live broadcast 24 Hours of Reality: The Dirty Weather Report, in which she interviewed Nobel Prize laureate and former Vice President Al Gore.

She has also been a speaker at major conferences throughout the U.S., Mexico and Chile regarding content, social media, work/life balance and online communities, including BlogHer, Blogalicious, EVO, LATISM, Blissdom, Hispanicize, Social Media Week Miami, SheStreams and SheCon.

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Top Fun Things To Do With Kids In Miami And South Florida

By Jeannette Kaplun |

When you think about Miami and South Florida in general, the first thing that comes to mind is the beach, but there is so much more to have fun with your kids. I know because I have two kids and I constantly need to come up with new and fun activities.

I do think the beach in itself is a wonderful plan, but the tropical weather in Miami sometimes will boycott your plans. The summer tends to be the rainiest season and thunderstorms in the afternoon are the norm. That’s why many of the coolest places for kids are indoors; not only are you under A/C to keep you cool despite the sweltering heat and humidity, but you don’t need to worry about the rain.

Popular Miami landmarks include South Beach, Little Havana, the Venetian Pool, the Biltmore Hotel, the Miami Seaquarium, Vizcaya Gardens, Jungle Island, Lincoln Road and Casa Casuarina (the Versace mansion), but there is so much more to do. There are great museums and indoor playgrounds that will keep little ones entertained for hours, rain or shine.

Don’t be surprised by the amount of Spanish you will hear in Miami. It’s part of the charm and influences food, beverages, music and fashion. El Palacio de los Jugos (with several locations) is a Miami must-do for anybody who loves fresh juices, especially made from tropical fruits.

Click through for plenty of ideas with insider tips to have tons of fun with kids in Miami and South Florida.

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There are so many fun things to do with kids in Miami and the South Florida area.

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Jeannette Kaplun is a Latina mom of two, TV host, parenting author and blogger. She co-founded Todobebé and hosted the Viva la Familia TV show on Univision, but is now devoted to her newest bilingual venture Hispana Global. She loves to help others. Oh! And she wrote the parenting book in Spanish Todobebé: Todo lo que necesitas saber para el primer año de tu bebé. Read bio and latest posts → Read Jeannette's latest posts →

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