I'm thinking of going back to school this fall to finish my NP (I took a leave of absence from a DE program). I've been working as an RN for a year and a half now with a year of experience with adults and 6 months in the NICU. I enjoy the NICU and working with infants and hope to continue working there while in school. However, I'm not sure if I like the idea of the limited patient population that comes along with being a PNP. It seems like FNPs have much more flexibility to change specialties and a much easier time finding jobs. Has anyone gone from a NICU RN to FNP? Are there FNPs out there that work only in peds? Would my limited experience with adults make it harder for me to find a job in family practice? Does anyone regret becoming a PNP over an FNP? I would love to hear others experiences and career paths.