I am 33yo and a mother of 2 (one of which is on the way - due November)My whole life I have loved taking care of people - many have said I should become a nurse. In college, not knowing where my life was headed I decided to take a Major in Graphic Design and minoring in Art History. Entering the workforce, after a few years I realized I wanted for more security.I loved working with people, but graphic design was leading me in a sales path - which isn't my strong suit. I was one of a billion kids trying to fight to keep their jobs, the advertising always wanted to find someone fresh and cheap to use. I realized I am more of a person who is willing to listen to people, follow direction, and make others happy - but have the most job security no matter where I went, and provide a good income to my family. After the baby is born, and things settle down I am thinking of continuing my education to become an R.N. I would love to work either in Maternity Wards of hospitals, or in pediatrics - or an elderly care unit. Am I crazy to think of becoming a nurse at 34-35yo?There is a community college in the area which allows for women to become R.N.s, but should I enroll in a CC or a 4yr college? There is one locally which has an amazing nursing program.