i'm sorry your husband is not being supportive of you and i'm sorry he showed you the way to the door
i would sacrifice now, because the time you are planning on taking off will pass, but the difference will be if you'll have a degree or not.
my situation isn't easy right now. we are on a budget, strict budget, but if there's no pain there's no gain.
i would do what cbsjmommy told you to do, take that jerk court, make him pay you for child support and apply for all grants available out there for single moms, you'll get the help necessary to pay for school.
i have a friend in nursing school that is a single mom and has four kids. it's not easy, but you gotta do it for your self, and for your kids.
i only have one son, and i couldn't imagine having more kids right now or doing school later. i wanna be in good standing financially if i want more kids. it would be irresponsible of me right now to get pregnant (willingly trying to conceive) knowing in the situation my husband and i are at this time.
this must be hard for you, may god bless you and guide you through, but i definitely encourage you to finish school sooner rather than later, as you and your kids will be better off financially stable sooner.