Like Kryton57 says, the decision has to come down to how well you and Mrs RRR handle stress and handle it together.
I did a fairly extreme example of this last year.
Due to contracts etc. we had to move the week before baby was due. The new house needed renovations that we tried to have completed by that week. We were also renting vans and moving ourselves (with help from number one son and buddies).
So, on moving week (we planned 3 days for the move), the second day resulted in my wife going into labour and me spending the night at hospital with her.
Oh, and of course the renovations were late and two weeks behind at this stage.
Managed to juggle between hospital and moving vans with number one son really stepping up to the plate to help while I was with mum and baby.
Cue us moving into new place with new mother and baby installed in the dining room on our bed while the work upstairs was being finished.
Did I mention with baby that made 4 kids? Yeah, had their usual gubbins to deal with too.
The best bit came when, after being 'home' for a day, the temperatures had risen to 100degF and the power went out in our suburb. For 4 days. Luckily we have a decent generator, but the house was not wired up for it to power the air conditioning (we live in Detroit, so it's common). It did power the fridge though.
Needless to say this was incredibly stressful, but my wife and I have a very strong relationship and when under stress like this can detach it from the personal and just deal with it.
When it feels like the world is against you, just being able to look into your wife's eyes and know that nothing else matters so long as you are together is like an invincibility shield.
I'm not saying it was a picnic (and I did get a bit sweary at one point or another - that's mainly because I'm a Northerner though), but we made it through relatively unscathed because we were truly in it together.