I knew students who lived at home with their folks, worked full time jobs, and had "no children" who found it hard to get through the course full time.
I knew students who were married, without children, and didn't work, and still found it hard to get through the course full time.
Then, there was me. I was married, in my early thirties, a mother of 3 school aged children, and didn't work until my final year of nursing -- but only worked part time, and I don't think I could have gone full time, worked full time, AND did as well as I did upon graduation.
So, to you who can attend school full time, work full time, AND manage a family....hats off to you!