Like with any schooling when you're a parent, you'll need to assess your child care situation. And that'll have to be not only for regular care, but also for emergencies, or for when your regular caregiver isn't available.
You'll also need to ascertain - honestly
- the kind of support you'll be getting at home. Will you be expected to cook? Keep a clean(er) house? Be the primary childcare giver? Entertain your spouse or significant other's family?
Can you go to school part-time? Cut down on working hours? I ask because at some point you'll be in the field and that's physical labor. This could prove to be rather tiring.
It's a paradox. The older you get, the more you make, so you could cut back on working hours in order to devote them to school or your daughter. But the older you are, the harder it is to handle the physical demands.
I am not saying that it is impossible, but you will need to know these things. If your significant other is still expecting home-cooked meals every night, you'll need to disabuse that person of that notion. If you're dependent on, say, your mother for childcare, assess whether she is capable of running after a child who'll be walking in less than a year, if she isn't already. See what I'm driving at?