My advice is not to become overwhelmed with so many different things to study. I thought I needed everything to study and ended up with 10 different books plus my Hurst material. I became completely overwhelmed. I have 3 small children and my life is quite busy as well. Something that helped me learn the HURST material and all throughout nursing school is to record your notes while you are sitting down to study them that way you can listen to them on the road, washing dishes, washing/folding clothes, mowing, or anything else that you have to get done. This way you can listen to much more material and not feel like your selling yourself short by taking care of other responsibilities.
For the NCLEX, I ended up not worrying about my other 10 books of NCLEX study material (I actually hid it so I couldn't see it!) and just studied HURST. The content is great and if you can just learn it the way they say it, you can apply the information to any disease process. When I sat down Tuesday to take my exam, I immediately started freaking out because my very first question was on some random disease that I had never heard of! But, I used the Hurst material to rationalize each question and my computer shut off at 75 questions! It has been two days today and I am waiting for the quick results to let me check because it still says my test results are unavailable at this time, but I have been getting the good pop up on the PVT since 30 minutes after I took my exam....probably tried it about 50 times now! So, if everybody is right about the PVT, I passed.
Good luck to you and keep your confidence! I will keep you and your family in my prayers.