Hi, the uncertainty if I'll start in 2017 is still up in the air if I'll be accepted into the local community college nursing program. If I am not next plan is to do the State BSN program supposedly less competitive than the ADN. Would pop the bubble of me being in school by 2017 and being done by 2019.The S.O. and I agreed we hold off on children till we are done with school or 32. S.O. is a nursing student as well going for her LPN finishing in February. She is looking at a few ADN programs in the area to apply to. The S.O. is hoping to be done by 2018 and 2019 at the latest.We promised each other unless we had an oops baby we didn't want to start having children till we are 32, which we figure be done by school. If I am derailed from the ADN program I'll have to do the BSN program. Looking to have a newborn in my second year of nursing school probably.Figure it's more a challenge for the wives and what they have to do for the first year. However, any males survive nursing school with a newborn on here?