I work three days a week doing data analysis for a company that does corporate retirement plan research and benchmarking. I'm also a full-time student in Economics and I actively volunteer for my local state representative working on campaigning and bill writing for consumer protection issues from financial institutions. I have a feeling this pregnancy (my first) will force me to slow down and re-prioritize some things. LOL
School ends about a month before my due date and I may be able to work from home for that month as well, if I'm lucky. I'm one of very few people in town who do what I do (as well and as cheaply as I do it), so they may not have a choice except to accommodate me, thank heavens.
After the baby comes, I hope to work from home part-time until I go back to school with no work in winter term of 2012. There's an amazing and much awarded co-op nursery on campus for the hour or so I'll be in classes each day. I got on the waiting list the day I found out I was pregnant.