Hi everyone! I currently teach 2nd grade and have for the past 6 years. I've been feeling burnt out and bored in my job. Recently, an internal posting for a 5th grade position at a different school in my district was posted. I taught special ed. with 5th graders right out of college. I'm really interested in making a switch and maybe going back to working with older kiddos and some more interesting content. However.... My husband and I are planning to start trying to start a family in a couple of months, which could potentially mean I'll be starting a new grade level in a new school while I'm pregnant. It could also potentially mean that I will be leaving for a long-term maternity leave in the spring. Is it a bad idea to switch? Who knows what will happen with getting pregnant, but I worry about missing time from a new job for doctor appointments or just feeling plain awful and being extra stressed out because I'm learning new content, a new school, new routines, etc. I also don't want to leave a bad impression with parents/new colleagues if I leave mid-year. But the idea of teaching 2nd grade for another year is almost akin to torture right now. There's no guarantee I would even get the job, but the idea of something new is really exciting (and also scary). What would you do? Would you make the switch and hope for the best? Or would you tough it out another year? Thanks for your help and feedback!