You guys seem v good at advice and I'm in need of some! My baby is due in June and I was due to start a nursing course in September. I've just found out a few things about this course (couldn't get this info before). Bad thing is it's 37 hours a week, my mum is happy to look after George (my baby) during that time (I live with her), but I'm worried about missing out on so much and him missing me. But I've also discovered I get paid 4000 a year to study! Normally here you have to pay them 3000 a year to study so this is amazing, not only will I not be 9000 in debt I would make money, which would be great for George, and I could build a good future for us, get a degree and a good job. I really don't know what to do, what do you think?
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