Kids aren't cheap. Even a conventional delivery at a U.S. hospital costs an average of $10,002, according to the International Federation of Health Plans. In addition to medical costs, the insurance and maintenance fees you have to shell out over the lifetime of a child add more to the tab.
WalletHub.com recently analyzed all 50 states (and the District of Colombia) based on budget, health care and baby-friendly environment to determine the best and worst states to have a baby in 2015. Check out the gallery below to see if your state is ranked in the top 10.