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    Hi!
    just wondering has anyone done online studying while having a toddler around?
    Im thinking about doing my Diploma in Childrens Services and just wondering If anyone has done it and if they found it easy to find time or found it hard.
    i have a 14 month old DS.
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    Im studyin Law, started when DD was born shes 22 months now i think and theres 2 little ones with me now DS is 4

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    I'm studying naturopathy, I've got a 2 and a half year old and a 1 year old. It's hard work but doable.

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    Also studying online here, I do my study at night when both kids are asleep, there is no way I could do it when they are awake!!

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    A bit of a late reply, but I am studying psychology through OUA with the view of getting my phd on campus once my DD is in school. It's tough but I do put her into day care twice a week so I can get my work done as she isn't one for entertaining herself.

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