Gimme Some Mo: A List Of The 12 Cities Where Parents Spoil Their Children The Most

- By Bossip Staff Categories: Babies, Epitome of a Bad Mother, For the Children

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All these toddlers and their damn tiaras…SMH

A Gallery Of Cities Where Children Are The Most Spoiled

Ever known a kid to walk around in ALL the latest and greatest in EVERYTING without punching a single time card? Some would call these children “blessed” some would rather “bless” them out. As much as you may begrudge the kids, ultimately, the parents are the ones enabling these spoiled brats to carry on in such an entitled fashion.

According to, the average middle-income family will spend roughly $12,000 on child-related expenses in their baby’s first year of life. By age two, you can add $500+ to that figure. calculates how much your child will cost you. If you’re a northeastern couple making more than 100k per year, expect to spend more than a half million dollars on your kid from birth to age 18. And that doesn’t include buying expensive brand-name clothing or a $1,000 Bugaboo stroller for your little bundle of joy.

With child spending already breaking the bank for many, we wanted to find out which cities spoil their kids the most. To do so, we examined spending by households with children at stores that sell toys, clothing and other services for tots, kids, and teens. We identified all locations for which had a reasonable sample size, and determined the average spend by these households over the past three years. Then we ranked cities based on the percentage spend above or below the U.S. average.

Hit the flipper to see if your city is known for having silver-spoon sons and daughters.

You may be surprised at the cities that made it…

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