Hello all,I am currently in the beginning stages of my education in nursing... I'm taking pre-reqs for the MSU (Montana, not Michigan) BSN program. My end goal is to become an NP. I would like to specialize in woman's health. I know this question has been asked a million times on this site but... BSN straight to NP or BSN... work, then grad school. Or BSN to NP, work as an RN then with experience apply for NP. ???I am a 26 year old single mom and want to choose the best path economically and, truthfully, I wonder if it would be difficult for me to reenter school after graduation and have been working as an RN. I'm motivated now and don't want to lose momentum. (Ask me how I feel about it in three years :)) I've been interested in health and have wanted to be a nurse for some time. I do, however, want the options that come with an advanced nursing degree.Any advice would be very welcome.Thank you!