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The Top Problems Only SF Kids Have

SAN FRANCISCO, CA - FEBRUARY 18: A view of San Francisco's famed Painted Ladies victorian houses on February 18, 2014 in San Francisco, California. According to a report by mortgage resource site HSH.com, an annual salary of $115,510 is needed to purchase a house in San Francisco where the median home price is $682,410. The report included 25 of the nations largest metropolitan cities with Cleveland, Ohio being the cheapest with a needed salary of $19,435 to purchase a home. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

I see more Google buses than school buses.

I just discovered what rain is thanks to something called El Nino. 

My parents think letting me run around at a winery is equivalent to taking me to a playground.

I had no say in my preschool choice because Mommy and Daddy signed me up before I was born.

Why do I have to wear a coat? It’s July.

I found a bag of yummy snacks in the garage, but Mommy won’t let me eat them because they’re for earthquakes.

My preschool replaced nap time with Introductory Coding.

My parents had to put special brakes on my stroller to prevent me from rolling down the hills.

The last time we went to Off the Grid, my favorite food truck wasn’t there!

When crossing the street, my stroller wheels get stuck in the cable car tracks.

We couldn’t go to the zoo on Saturday because Dad’s Tesla didn’t have enough charge.

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One Response to The Top Problems Only SF Kids Have

  1. Pam March 24, 2016 at 11:39 am #

    This is adorably true!