There shouldn’t be any brilliant performance, who reads that the places where most spoiled children live in America are the most expensive locations in the good ol ‘US A.
I knew where these little bullies hailed from right now I’m reading the heading Cities Where Children Are The Most spoiled by Yahoo’s sheen.
Can you guess where?
Most spoiled children in the country live in.
New York City. Manhattan and Brooklyn to be precise.
A new infographic from Bundle.com shows which cities parents spend on their children and children in Manhattan who are still spoiled in the United States, while their Brooklyn neighbors are a close second.
A year or so ago, I wrote an article here on Strollerderby with supermodel Linda Evangelista’s astronomical request of $ 46,000 a month from her billionaire baby-father, so that she could support her son in New York City. Yes, okay, dad is a billionaire, $ 46,000 might not be that much for him, but if one "Lifestyle management firm for wealthy families" (yes, it’s one thing!) was consulted, she collapsed how much it would cost to raise a child, like Evangelista’s son, Augustin, is privileged in New York City. "At first glance, $ 46,000 seems like an extraordinary amount and it is," Natasha Pearl from the "Lifestyle management company" said. "But for a happy child in New York, it is actually absolutely conceivable that its cost could approach $ 50,000 a month."
Childcare: Of course, Augustin needs a team of full-time nannies. Pearl says his care would require three nannies with two spinning on one full program and another as a backup. "The third nanny preferably has some specialty teaching skills, such as the Mandarin child", said Ms. Pearl. "And if he’s a boy, the third marketing employee might run a manny to him through the park and throw him baseballs."
Total cost: over $ 23,000 a month, at least.
School: Pearl estimates Augustin’s preschool runs around $ 2,500 a month.
Dress: The boy absolutely must be dressed properly in all top brands? No Carters or Osh Kosh for this little guy. Augustin’s clothing costs are estimated to run to a minimum of $ 3,000 a month.
React: As Frank reports, run"Fencing, chess, French classes, soccer and everything the other add-ons that will be easy for every successful Manhattan 4-year-old are another $ 2,000 to $ 5,000 a month." FENCING? For a 4-year-old?
Driver: According to lifestyle management experts for the wealthy, Natasha Pearl (do you think that’s her real name?) Augustin absolutely needs his own drivers. I mean, what if he has to go to school at 8:00 am and is Linda clubbing until 2:00 am? Then what is? It could run anywhere from $ 6,000 to $ 8,000 a month.
That brings us to $ 41,000 and as Frank says, "We have not even get his daily dose of sushi or his expense account to F.A.O Schwartz".
Fill up with kids like Augustin, Manhattan and the brood of Celeb wannabees like Simon Van Kampen and Alex McCord (from Real Housewives of New York fame) kids, Francois and Johan calls Brooklyn home, it’s no wonder the Big Apple is home for more than a few bad apples. As reported on gloss, "Manhattan is a place where parents string their two-year-olds into kindergartens in $ 30,000 a year, so the area is up and baby intellectuals are raised on take-away sushi that adults spend their precious dead almost twice the national average."
So how are other cities spoiling their children the most? The following rounds the top 10.
Los Angeles, CA
San Diego, CA
Ft. Worth, TX
Bundle came with these cities based on spending over a three-year period of households with children in shops selling toys, clothing and other Services for children to sell. From 36 cities, they found that Nashville represented the national average. If you want to check out the cities where children are least spoiled you have to click on more than Yahoo gloss. You can surprise some of the cities that made this list.
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