Oh - okay you asked so I'll give you my opinion, and this is from a 48 year old working mom (and also a student) of a now college age son.
GET YOUR EDUCATION!!!!!
I'm not going to insult you by saying you're still a baby yourself, but you are very young and have lots of time ahead of you. If you have a baby now, you will be sidetracked, especially if you can afford to be sidetracked. This may be fine for you, but babies are expensive (they grow up and become even more expensive young people). If you were 31 I'd say different. The higher education you get the more opportunity will come your way and the more you'll be able to provide comfortably for yourself and your family.
If the nesting urge has hit you that strongly, it won't matter what a bunch of strangers say on the internet, you'll be having a baby soon. But if you truly want the best financial foundation for yourself and your babies, get your education out of the way. You won't have a bunch of strings left hanging. Going to school (and that is usually paired with working) while you have small children yourself is a challenge. Childcare is a national issue for good reason. It's very very expensive and emotionally difficult for the mom to leave the little one(s) with someone. I speak from experience. And you asked. Good luck with whatever you choose, what ever it is, it will work out anyway.