I am in the same boat. I have a 2 year old right now and I've decided to apply to PA schools (two of which are A LOT closer to family) this round. My goal is to finish PA school by the time he's off to kindergarten. I just hope to get into one of the two schools close to our family. I personally don't plan on having anymore children. In a mock interview with the student coordinator at one of the schools I applied to I was told not to mention that I had a son and instead say I had some kind of "medical condition" (I had a semester with three Ws, classes I took later and made two As and one B). I was very disappointed to hear that and, at least for this school, it sounds as if being a parent is discouraged. I did not let what I was told bother me. It's going to be hard, there's no doubt about it. I believe it will be easier now rather than later because like someone mentioned above at this age they are not really that active. It's about prioritizing, time management and of course studying. I know there are some daycares that are open 24/7 so you can look into those to give your husband a break. Plan, plan and plan some more! Some days are going to feel worse than others because you won't be able to give your children as much attention as you'd like. Remember you're doing this for yourself and your family! And your children they love you no matter what! Best of luck to you!!