Considering the Bay Area ‘burbs? | Macaroni Kids

Jun 19, 2017

If you’re considering making a move to the Bay Area ‘burbs, LISTEN UP! We chatted with Macaroni Kids San Francisco to sharethree thingsSan Francisco moms and dads need to dig into if they’re planning to head to suburbia.FromMacaroni Kids San Franscisco:

“Our advice? Start with these three details as you’re exploring the suburbs. While they won’t tell you everything—you’ll need some time to fully experience the personality of each town—focusing on these key features first will help you suss out communities and steer you towards areas that make sense. And, from there, you’re so close to finding the perfect suburb to call home.”

READ THE FULL ARTICLE,3 Things to Dig Into First if YOU’RE Considering the Bay Area ‘BurbsON MACARONI KIDS!




So—where to start? Schools,childcare “personalities”and towns’ weekend andsummer personalities.

“Does everyone dash off to Tahoe as soon as class lets out? Or do they stay put for sports and activities all weekend? Do kids go to day—or sleepaway—camp? Summer intensives? Sports camps? Are they hanging home at their pools—or poolclubs? And, if that’s the case, will you have a pool—or be able to join the club?”

READ THE FULL ARTICLE,3 Things to Dig Into First if YOU’RE Considering the Bay Area ‘BurbsON MACARONI KIDS!

So, moms and dads—READ ON! Because there’s lots to think about before you make the leap from the city to the suburbs. But don’t worry—we’ve got your back.

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