Planning a baby is a lot easier than it sounds.
It’s a lot less stressful than putting on a dress, going to the gym, and going to work.
And that’s just one reason why so many people are planning a family at home.
The other reason is that it’s much easier than putting off a childbearing age, and that’s not because it’s more expensive.
In fact, a baby’s cost can be as little as $1,000, or as much as $5,000.
If you’re an individual or small business owner, it’s worth it.
But the costs of raising a child and caring for a newborn at home are significantly higher than for any other type of family planning.
If a baby costs $1.25 million, and a mother costs $3 million, that means the mother and father spend $1 billion each year on their child’s health care, schooling, and child care.
That’s more than $1 million for every woman in the U.S. If that number were applied to single parents, it would mean that a single mother would have $1 trillion in child care expenses.
And a single father would have to cover his own child care costs.
While the cost of a newborn might be lower than the cost for a traditional family planning procedure, the costs are still high.
This article originally appeared on Forbes.com.