I teach childbirth, I'd consider that a work at home job.
When I was pg with dd I looked into literally hundreds of work at home options, most of them turned out to be totally hokey and I'm sad to say I wasted a ton of time and some money on them. I also looked into party lite and Mary Kay, both of which seem to be great opportunities, if you're cut out for sales (which I'm not!).
You may want to keep in mind though that with pretty much any work at home job, its still a job. It will likely still be essentail to keep "work hours" and childcare may still be necessary, depending on the amount of attention your child requires. I seriously feel horrible every day because my job takes me away from my daughter (and soon my son as well). I'm "at home" but I'm always on the phone or am handed urgent projects for my organization with no notice. I also spend a ton of time writing, using the computer, putting together info packets, etc. I try to do all I can after she's asleep, but there are things every day that distract me for hours. Poor little bean. The guilt keeps me up every night. I try to justify that I'm helping people, but that really doesn't help. I have no clue how I'm going to do it with a newborn!
So, point being, working at home is certainly better than being outside the home all day. Its just that I had unrealistic expectaions. I thought I could still be the mommy I wanted to be, and it just isn't so.
Holly, eternally in love with Kolby, Raising Juelie Anise (10y), Behnjamin Shen (6y), and Coen Syaoran (4y). Expecting June 2013