Hi! I am a new RN. I started working immediately after graduation in the summer of 2011. I had two per diem jobs as an RN for over a year. This week I was offered a Part time spot at one job with their full knowledge of my condition. I did post my resume online and left it active in hopes of a full time spot. I'm happy with my flexible hours and mom duties. However, I am 24 weeks (6 months ish) pregnant. Last night I was offered a job interview from a recruiter who found my resume online. I did not apply. I set up an interview only because I owe myself the experience and it sounds like a dream job for a nurse (8am-4pm)! I understand that I am NOT obligated to reveal my pregnancy, however I will be rolling in there with a large uterus!! I did work in hospitals as a non RN, and during my second pregnancy I was offered a great job in a hospital at 10 weeks pregnant. I wasn't even telling family yet. Once I started work, I did tell that I was pregnant. I intended on only taking 6 weeks to recover, but then back to work FULLTIME. I worked with 3 Female managers, and 10 other females peers. I was hired because I out shinned other candidates (said the supervisor). Yet, all made it unbearable to work there because they felt betrayed that I was hired pregnant. It was emotionally crippling and not the way I wanted to bring a child into the world. I did not return (I went to nursing school though), so thanks ladies.My questions:1) I'm obviously pregnant, so when is the best time to reveal I'm actually pregnant? During the interviews because it is so obvious? Wait to see if I get an offer? Afterwards?2) If I accept the hypothetical offer, I will work Dec, Jan, Feb, late March I'm due so I will be off probation, but not qualify for FMLA ( I get that you need 12 months or X amount hours to qualify). But will I keep my job if I take off for 6 weeks to recover? I know it will be unpaid, but I also know I wont be cleared by my doctor until 6 weeks.This is best case scenario. I know that so many variables play into this (bed rest, C-section, complications, illness) so far with my third baby I have never had anything go wrong. I just don't want to accept the offer, and be left jobless with a new baby. I want to be fair to myself and my employers current and future.