I can't answer this for you, but my sister, who is here, started in Jan 2006, and this is what she has to say:
It is very difficult, and time consuming, you have to be very dedicated, but you will really need someone at home who can help you with the children. It is very time comsuming.
You are in school Monday and Friday, for 3 hours in the morning, and a 12 hour clinical either Tuesday or Wednesday. This may not seem like much, but the studying takes a lot of your time.
The first semester is the most demanding: you are just starting, everything is new. you also have to take pharm this semester. We started with 100 students in January and are now down to 30. We are considered by the teachers to be a very large class (by this point in the program, there are only 15 people left).
Basically, if it is something that you really want, have a good support system in place, you can do it.