~You bump into your doctor at least once a day, and can chit-chat about your hemorrhoids without having to pay a copay.
~Your gas and electric bill will be very low that month.
~You have a lactation nurse literally two doors down, who, although you’re not a patient anymore, checks in with you daily and is dedicated to helping you figure out your mammary issues and produce enough milk for two little sucklings.
~Your baby(ies) are already on a schedule before you get home.
~Diapers and formula are included in the daily NICU bill (see Cons).
~During your recovery from delivery/c-section, you have several nurses to help you care for your young.
~Instead of trying to decide if your baby’s infliction warrants calling Ask A Nurse, you can literally turn around and ask any one of the 3 nurses within a 10 foot radius.
~You don’t have the luxury of pooping out a baseball size turd in the comfort of your own home.
~Your bed is also your couch, your kitchen table, your desk, and your pumping station.
~There are no laundry facilities available for your use.
~You’re spending $2,000 a day on daycare.
~Your room is about the size of a large-ish bathroom.
~You live on Easy Mac and Little Debbies.
~It just isn’t home.