I don't work FT myself, but have classmates that do it. It's not easy for them.....something will end up having to give for you if you plan to attend nursing school
and work FT. Whether that be time with your family, work, school, studying, or sleep (which is usually the first thing to go for everyone, working or not) will be completely up to you.
I wouldn't recommend it, no matter how much you need the pay/benefits. My girlfriend has virtually no life, has to work 3 12-hour night shifts each week plus we are in 15 credit hours of nursing courses. She manages, but she is also single with no children. I think the time you have to sacrifice with your family just to attend nursing school will be hard enough....add a full-time job in there and I predict that you will burn out WAY fast. It will most likely not be worth it, especially if you can get student loans to help you while in school.
Good luck to you!