Actually, now that I think about it, the girl in my class might have had a bit of an advantage because she'd done one semester of law school, seen what it was actually about, and then gotten some time to decompress and process everything. As opposed, of course, to us, who'd all just suffered through the first semester and were shell shocked, lol. Given that you'll be having a baby, you probably won't get the same sort of decompression time, but it might be beneficial in the end to be able to take that time and think about how your first semester strategies did and didn't work and work on whatever weaknesses you see. Congrats, and good luck!Strong, if this is a flame, its totally a lame one. And its not like it really hurt to give two minutes of my time to what is probably a serious question.
IMO (since you asked for advice), I would recommend not going to law school. When you have a kid you realize that nothing is or could ever be more important to you than it, even if you are able to convince yourself otherwise at some future point. Nothing could be more important to your child than having you there for it. Let your husband earn enough money to provide for the fam, and you focus on the incomprehensibly important role of being a mommy.Just my two, likely very unpopular, cents.
What if the father also realizes that nothing is or could ever be more important than that the baby, and recognizing that being a daddy is also incomprehensibly important?