My baby is due in June, and I've just found out I've more or less got a place on my nursing course at uni. I will be living in the family home with my baby, and my mum is happy to help as much as I need it. This is a great course to do so I can support my baby, but it starts on 1st September and is 37hours a week, with lots of work. I'm scared I can't give as much to my baby if I do this course, but as I said I need to get independence and eventually a good job. I have no idea what to expect, what do I do?!
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