jvan2619: You rock. Refer to my Super Hero comment to archival. You've been pregnant before so you know better than anyone if you can handle that part of it while being in school. Now, looking back to college, I remember plenty of stressful nights spent studying for a test or being on the first paragraph of a paper for 6 hours. Eight years later, I treasure my sleep a lot more, so I know I'm going to have to get on a much tighter study schedule. I think my newfound focus from the transition of a relatively carefree twentysomething to a new father and husband 30-year-old will help me do that. You are already a mother and wife, so you've got the focus down. Just make sure to get plenty of sleep and eat well if you do wind up expecting during first semester!! It's great that you will also have the support of your husband during this. Are either of you going to be commuting very far in Minneapolis? Regarding your plans to have 4, that's very exciting. There is nothing I've found more fulfilling than the prospect of building a new family. I lost my sister two years ago; today, St. Patty's, would have been her 35th birthday. Since she passed, I've gotten married and am now bringing the first of the new generation in, and my older brother and his wife are right behind us, due in September. The prospect of new life has done wonders for my family, and for me personally.
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