Hello, this is just a thought that has been in my head. Nothing more. I have always been drawn into the medical profession. I am 27 with 2 toddlers. ANd I was just curious as to the incentives...if there are any... from the government to be drawn into these areas? I have been to college 3 times. Yes 3! FIrst time was for Travel and Tourism right out of Highschool. I quit half way through (which is one of the only regrets I have). I was just really young and confused. Same as the 2nd time around. However, while pregnant for my son I took Medical assistant. This was 4.5 years ago and most knowledge, i think, I pushed out with my son. I don't remember much of it except some of the computer work (which I knew half of before the program). Anyway, I was just curious about this. I always thought I was too old, but thinking about it...the kids are 3 and 4 (well...almost) and I wouldn't want a full time job until they were independant enough to get themselves dressed and ready for school on their own (as Daddy Im sure, would be a mess trying to get them both ready and get them to school by himself). So in about 5 years is a good time for me to go full time with a profession. I have been very interested in mid wivery as well as the birthing process absolutely amazes me and oh how I would love to be a family practioner or OBGYN... or of course a midwife. (which just have become recognized by the NB government YAY!) Ok, this has become a long post, but Im just wondering IF I were to actually go for something like this, and would have to sell it on dh, what it would involve. Cost is a huge factor as well as time...which Im good with little sleep. We had a Disney Store here but closed the beginning of the year. I was all set to work there!! Not a HUGE goal, but the kids definitely would come first with a job like that...and I could work around the kids' hours. Anyhoo... any thoughts or information you can pass along to me? Thanks in advance!!! DISNEY WORLD IN 5 WEEKS!!!!