Your reading comprehension is highly suspect, Johnnyutah. So the original poster is currently in law school while raising 3 kids? Oh wait, she is not. So how could I be telling her she is "doing it wrong" when she isn't doing it yet? As a parent who is in law school, I am saying it would be very difficult to juggle law school with parental responsibilities. Daycare is not a substitute for a parent, plus it is highly expensive. I know a mother of two boys who is in law school, and her ex-husband basically has the kids 24/7. Law school is demanding. Raising children is a full-time job. Now if they are three teenagers, that might be a different story. But small children are a huge time commitment. You cannot sit a toddler in front of the TV and expect to read your casebook. It just doesn't work that way. If you are not a parent, then you have absolutely no concept of this and no amount of description could elucidate it for you. Until you become a parent, you will not understand.
Also, law school is quite different from working. The schedule is far less predictable. You may well have to take some evening classes when there is no daycare available, especially in a part-time program. Also, you may end up going to law school in a city where you have no family nearby to help.