A while back I posted about a question about doing weekly private lessons (is it enough to get basic self-defense) because I'm working during the day and watching my kid at night most nights. Well lately I've been able to fit in just a MT class or two and maybe a BJJ class. But I feel that having these classes inconsistently (I may go months without MT or BJJ) because of my wifes schedule. I feel that that may keep me from really getting anywhere. Like I said I'm really just wanting to at minimum make it to intermediate skills in atleast one form of fighting (MT/Kickboxing, BJJ, etc.); just coming out with some strong skill. I'm beginning to wonder if this intermittent schedule is going to work to get anywhere, or would it be better to maybe pick one to specialize in since I don't have time. I was thinking of just doing the MT classes if I can and if not schedule a few private technical sparring lessons a month with the head instructor to keep my knowledge increasing. Or can someone really get somewhere with an inconsistent schedule of MT or BJJ a week? I'm just wanting to not be wasting my time (and money) to simply always be a beginner in everything I learn because I can't stay consistent with it. Any thoughts would be appreciated. Thanks.
P.S. My instructor says I can bring my little girl up to class and put her in a back room too watch their TV, but I know my wife will hate me if I do that (she's taking college courses when I'm watching our girl).