From a story-telling standpoint, we know everything we need to know about Han Solo from the title. I did not need a back story. I did not need to see the moment he was too lazy to say Chewbacca and shorten it to Chewie. I did not need to see that this rogue, lover boy actually had a young, true love. I did not need to see how he won the Millennium Falcon from a (phenomenally portrayed) young Lando. I did not need any of it. I’ll wrap it up with what I think is a hurtful detail to the character in the movie: the Kessel Run. We have known for over 40 years that the Millennium Falcon is the ship that did the Kessel Run in 12 parsecs. It’s a beautiful detail and is imprinted in every fan’s (even casual) brains. And, when you think about it, in the movie he CHEATS! He does not do the actual Kessel Run! How dare you do that to Han???!!!! Pretty much ruins the movie, which, otherwise, is quite entertaining.
Well that’s not sugar coat this. It would be a challenge to go to school and raise a title espy if you’re a single mom but yes. Tons of people do it. You shouldn’t have to choose between kids and your education. I never finished my college degree and about 2 years after I left college I was pregnant with my son. I have my heart set on going back to college now that’s my kids are older and I have more free time but you can do whatever you feel would be the best. Med school is 8 years right? If you were to wait you would be having kids at a later age. Some doctors think once you hit 30 there are more risks to baring children, especially if you already have underlining conditions. There’s nothing wrong with having kids while you’re still in school. If it’s what you want than go for it! Make sure you have a support system too though. It’s not going to be easy and you’ll save a ton if you have family that can baby sit while you’re in class or studying, like grand parents or your husband. Good luck! And don’t put either on hold if it’s what you want. You can always make it work.
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