Hi, I have a BS degree in Business I got when I was 28 and am just now (I am almost 39) taking the pre-reqs to get into a nursing program. I had my son when I was 2 months from 34, and I felt I would have had PLENTY of time to have had more if that is what I wanted. My advice, and that is all it is, is that you have time to finish your program and then have a little one. With the flexibility nursing offers, you should be able to find a position when you are ready that works with what you want out of motherhood. So get your certification then have the kiddo then look for the big job. I caution against having a child while in the program just because the emotions are so intense, and nursing is such a demanding program, that you may lose your focus and drive for a while after the babe comes. Given that, each age of the child has it's own pros and cons as far as what you want to be with and away. My son is now 5 and I am more than ready to jump back into school and work, but I was DEFINITELY not interested 2 years ago. Good luck, and folks have made all types of situations work, just don't let anything scare you (like a ticking clock) into a decision that will put your plans on hold. One more point, I found out that my pre-req classes had an expiration date of anything form 3-10 years, so if you wait too long, or have to drop out for a while, you may have to repeat more than you think.