Enjoy your pregnancy, and worry about that, later. It is true...school basically prepares you for NCLEX, not working, unfortunately. And, in many cases, your plans for a certain type of job may not manifest, so, the picture you have in mind may have you learning things unexpected. My job paid my way through school, so, I assumed that because they invested all of this money in me, that they would demand for me to work in med-surg. I was placed at the exact place in the clinic that I worked before, but as a nurse. I admit, I am happy about it, because I did med-surg for the first 6 weeks as a formality, but hated it. What I was shocked about was how hard pharmacology was, but had no clue to how the drugs are prescribed, how to reconstitute, or other nuances never discussed. Also, you have to learn THEIR equipment, their policy and procedure, and what that particular facility will allow an LPN to do. What I have done was get the bedside care doing home care. The skills will come.