I am a mother, wife, student nurse. I am in an LPN program and I am taking two classes towards my RN come fall. As of now, things are ok. It's a balancing act that is for sure.
Mostly it's all about scheduling and organization.
This is what I do to balance them:
I usually wash clothes in the evening, my husband puts them in the dryer and irons after the kids and I retire for the night. My husband and I take turns cooking, always something quick/easy or we defrost a frozen entree (leftovers) from the week or two before. I study after the kids go to bed (8 o'clock) and they get nightly baths at 7:30. My baby is always up later, if my husband is home he will play with him and put him to bed for me so I can begin studying by 8:30. My morning starts at 5:30 on test days, 6 AM every other day, and we are out of the door by 7:30. Luckily, daycare serves the kids breakfast and I can survive on a diet of Pepsi and peanut M&Ms!
The weekends are all about the kids. Of course, I am sure this will change when clinicals start and I have 1,000,000,001 care plans
You'll be so okay! It's so doable. Most of the people in my class are parents, most of which are single (I'm not insinuating that is your case!)
Balance and organization is the key!