Some schools, especially community colleges, offer night/weekend or part-time nursing programs
. If you can find one of those, you may be able to continue to work full time. However, if you and the hubby already both work full time, shouldn't you be splitting the chores and childcare anyways? You will NOT be able to work full time, take care of everything around the house, spend time with your daughter, and go to nursing school.
Most nursing programs are during weekdays. Mine is 8-4 Monday (classes, with a break in the middle), off Tues, Weds. clinical 630-2, Thurs class 8-2:230, and Friday off. I take an online research class too (BSN program) that's also offered Friday mornings in person. Fridays are also the only time we can come in and practice lab skills, so I'm usually on campus anyways. I could work weekends if I had to, but since we can get by on my loans and my husband's income, we decided it would be better for me to concentrate on school and get better grades. Plus then we actually have time to do things as a couple here and there on weekends. I worked part-time first semester, and I was busy about 25 hours a day. We don't have any human children either, and none of th housework got done. If you work, it'll have to be for an understanding employer. You might want to look into some type of a job at a local hospital - many are willing to be flexible with nursing students' schedules (in the hopes that you'll work there after you graduate), or will even pay for all or part of your schooling for an employment commitment after graduation.
Also, fill out your FAFSA. You don't have to accept everything they offer, but you should find out if you're eligible for any grants. There's nothing wrong with taking on a little bit of debt for an education - most of us will have some when we graduate. I already have a bachelor's degree so I wasn't eligible for grants, and we make "too much money" to be considered in much financial need, but I was still able to take out government backed loans that paid all my tuition and all my books with about $400/month left over. We used the leftover money to pay off high-interest credit card debt, and will do the same next semester to get rid of the rest of it.
You need to really sit down and talk with your husband. If you plan to work at all during school, he'll have to shoulder more of the load. Either by pitching in (a lot) around the house, dropping his standards severely when it comes to a clean house and clean laundry, or picking up extra hours/second job to help pay for a maid, takeout, and additional child care. People on this board are able to work full time, go to school full time, and raise kids, but you need a supportive spouse/friends/family to pull it off. Good luck with everything, and if your husband is worth sticking with, he'll come around.