Good Morning Fellow Teachers, Hello! I love this site -- I am not able to post too often during the school year but love to read everyone's wonderful suggestions, etc. I need some advice. Firstly, I am very, very fortunate to have a job teaching. I have been at my current private school for 6 years. In those years, we've seen 2 changes in administration and much turn-over. Lots of inconsistency with teachers staying in the same grade level as well. In fact when my P met with me to sign my contract this year she said she was moving me to a different grade and that, in fact, there'd be changes in all grade levels. So that's all fine. Again, lucky to have a job and an amazing set of co-workers. Incidentally, last summer I was looking around for a new school... A salary increase would have been nice, etc... Many schools did not have openings so I returned to my school of 6 years. Three days ago I get a call from one of the schools saying there's an opening in primary -- would I come in on Monday to talk about it. I was very excited! I love new opportunities. I was sure to inquire about the salary, etc. before committing. Last night (and I am so, so sorry if this is TMI but I have no idea where else to turn) I found out through an EPT that I am pregnant. Two more at-home tests agreed. I have had two previous pregnancies, both which sadly ended in miscarriage. My husband and I are cautious, excited, all those emotions. My questions: Should I bother with the interview? I'd feel badly starting at a new school pregnant; however, with my history of losses I am not even sure what will happen. I am not trying to sound super pessimistic, rather, realistic. I am not miserable at my current school, but a change would be delightful. Our current AP just resigned on Thurs., so more Admin shake up. Thanks for reading so much. Blessings to You & Your Families.