That's wonderful, Josie!
I didn't think of it as "help"-- because there's no way I could imagine doing this alone!-- but DH just had his first day at Buko Enterprises (this is that dual WAHP thing we've been planning). So he'll be here from now until baby is born until... forever (indefinitely, anyway). Granted, there are drawbacks to this choice, but I know I am hugely blessed.
So, DH, forever(ish) as my partner at home... though this baby stuff is all new to him, too! Luckily he did do some helping with his younger brother, is great with kids generally, and has willingly read my EC and parenting books, LOL.
My mom is coming to stay with us starting Feb 26 (I'm due March 1) and is supposed to be here for the birth, which we assume will be at 40-42 weeks. Then, depending on how "late" I go, she will stay from a few days to a week or so longer. She's a doctor, so... bonus!
One of my grandmothers lives nearby, and though she is 88, she drives and acts like someone 20 years younger, so... even though I don't want her to knock herself out, she'll probably stop by here and there and be some help (and she definitely wants to help). She can be a minor PITA (typical Jewish grandmother), but is also pretty awesome, raised 4 kids and was an RN herself.
Past that, I'm sure my BFF will stop by with some food once or twice or something... You know, we'll have that sort of visitor, but I don't expect they'll be "help" help. My parents-in-law live in Asia, and can't really travel, and most of DH's siblings will probably visit in late March or April, but again... not "help" help.
I toyed with hiring a PP doula, but thought I'd skip it... until I saw on a local listserv that a woman I met casually (and liked) is a PP doula in training and needs one more family to help to be certified, will work at greatly reduced rates, etc., so I might at least contact her to find out what those rates are.
Edit: Geez, does that sound spoiled, or what? I'm so lucky to have DH, I'll have my mom for about a week and then maybe an occasional visit from my bubbe... Do I really need a PP doula? The only thing is, my mom only BFed us for a few weeks, my bubbe didn't BF at all, really, and neither did DH's mom, so I could see the PP doula as being mostly good for help with that. Plus, she actually runs a cloth diaper and babywearing sort of store, so I guess she could help with those things. Hm.