Skip Nav
Pregnancy
Why Experts Are Telling Women They Can't Drink Alcohol Even When They're Not Pregnant
Trending Topics
The NFL's "Super Bowl Babies" Commercial Proves That Winning Cities Have More Sex
Photography
Why Every Woman Needs to See These Unretouched Photos of Postpartum Bodies

How Much Having a Baby Costs

Do You Know How Much It Costs to Have a Baby?

It's common for women to idealize pregnancy and their newborn baby and forget about the huge costs of bringing a new babe into the world. There are a lot of superfluous products out there, but even the basic things like diapers and a crib can add up. Take this quiz to find out if you are prepared for the expenses or need a financial reality check.

Image Source: Thinkstock
1 of 7

How much does prenatal care cost if you don't have insurance?

2 of 7

How much do prenatal vitamins cost for all nine months?

3 of 7

How much do diapers cost for your baby's first year?

4 of 7

Which items should you buy used or borrow from a friend?

5 of 7

How much does childbirth education cost?

6 of 7

How much does it cost to have an uncomplicated C-section?

7 of 7

What will the fundamental baby items cost you if you are a bargain shopper?

Around The Web
Valentines For Tech Geeks
Best Beauty Products For February 2016 | Winter Shopping
Best Time of Day to Send in a Job Application
How to Save Money Tips

POPSUGAR, the #1 independent media and technology company for women. Where more than 75 million women go for original, inspirational content that feeds their passions and interests.

Join The Conversation
danakscully64 danakscully64 4 years
I seriously doubt that.
skinnypig skinnypig 4 years
in Canada: free
danakscully64 danakscully64 4 years
6/7, I over-guessed on the last question, although my first instinct was $400. I don't have any children, but I'm very aware of how expensive they can be. Ouch!
futuralon futuralon 4 years
It said prenatal care (not birth) without insurance was 2000
sayrita85 sayrita85 4 years
A birth without insurance costing $2,000, can you tell me where???? I have insurance and my deductible was $2,000, so I had to plan my baby to be made and born within a year so that I wouldn't have to pay the deductible twice. If a birth without insurance cost only $2,000, then I would cancel my insurance. Besides questions #6, says that a regular vaginal birth costs $9K, you are stating two different things.
Latest Moms
X