Oh, my. I went to school with a young lady who became unintentionally pregnant partway through the program. She managed to pull it off and did quite well, but I don't know that, given a chance to do it over, she would plan it that way.
I'm normally a pretty optimistic person. I did manage to work more than fulltime while going to school with a significant commute distance, and being married (without children.) I can tell you in all honesty that, since I am not superwoman, something gave, and in my case it was my marriage that suffered. Fortunately, we were able to work things out and are a stronger couple for it now.
You're saying you'd like to have another baby - so you already have at least one at home, plus a husband and school to manage. I'm interpreting that you have one year full time to complete your schooling? Is that too long to wait to have another baby?
And I know that it's not easy to have a baby when you are a new nurse, but at least that would offer a little more flexibility in your schedule.
Only you know what you can manage. How did you tolerate your other pregnanc(ies) from a health standpoint? How much outside family support do you have? Are you juggling all your responsibilities ok as they are right now? I would encourage you to take an unflinching look at your husband's ability to truly support you during your schooling (i.e. watching the kid(s) while you study, helping around the house, understanding that during school you are probably going to be very busy/tired/read: non-amorous
.) How flexible is your child care situation? If the little ones are sick, do you or your hubby have to take off work to stay home with them?
Just some food for thought as you are making this very important decision. Best of luck no matter what you decide
. And congrats on being so close to your RN!