Little princessThe Eloise series by author Kay Thompson was written in the 1950s and depicts a precocious six-year-old who lives in Manhattan's posh Plaza Hotel with her British nanny and a pet pug named Weenie. She tyrannizes the staff, dines on room service, and generally behaves like an adorable little spoiled brat. According to Bundle.com's new infographic of which city's parents spend the most on their children, real kids in Manhattan are still the most spoiled in the United States and their mini-hipster neighbors in Brooklyn are a close second. New York's two wealthiest boroughs also happen to be the most expensive places to live in the United States.
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Manhattan is a place where baby sophisticates are raised on takeout sushi and parents pull strings to get their two-year-olds into $30,000-a-year nursery schools, so it goes with the territory that grown-ups spend nearly twice the national average on their precious tots. To determine its rankings,Read More »from Cities Where Kids Are the Most Spoiled