I appreciate everyone's advice on the other thread.
On a gut feeling, I decided to go ahead and tell them that I am pregnant during the interview. It was a panel of about 5 women and they seemed like such a great team that I just spilled the beans. I got a call today, and THEY OFFERED ME THE JOB. Pending a criminal background check of course (I'm not worried about it though b/c I worked as a juvenile probation officer before and they did more checks into my history than I knew were possible lol). It should take 1-2 weeks for that to come back, which is perfect b/c I can hopefully get childcare arranged during that time.
It's going to be a big adjustment for our family. I haven't worked a full-time job since before DD was born (almost 3 years ago). But it will be a nice addition to our income. I do have one more doula birth that I have committed to already and she said that wouldn't be a problem at all. My mommy is due October 9th, so not long at all.
It is a government contracted job with the military housing office on post. They offer full benefits that I don't really need b/c we have full medical with DH's military service... SO the cool thing is that if you don't use the medical, they transfer it to a childcare credit!! I'm going to have to double-check but I'm pretty sure she said it is equal to about $300 a month :eek:
So yeah, thanks for reading!! I'm really excited. I was afraid I would be sad to leave DD and DS in childcare, but they are such precocious and social babies that I am kindof excited for them to go to "school".