Try a temp agency. Here in Illinois we have brightstar care. They offer a large range of specialties. Hired me immediately as a new LPN. They place for last minute call offs at places they have contracts with. Or to cover vacations. Vaccination clinics. I did Private hospice with them, adult day care, SNF. It was a life saver while I was trying to find the job I wanted vs a job I needed. And the gap in your work history can be due to difficulties in pregnancies and then your current one. When ready assure potential employers that with family support childcare is never an issue and after the baby came you are finally mentally and physically ready to care for other people (back on your feet and ready to go). I too walked out of a SNF due to an unmotivated DON to do the right thing. Don't worry about the gap from school to license. Difficult pregnancy is all you have to say if they question it at all. Good luck and don't give up. And in my experience stay away from SNF.