Ugh, I'm sorry, that sucks.
I was thrown into a similar situation- I switched teaching jobs in the middle of the school year after our loss. My new/old job (a job I had left and went back to) put me at a center working with a teacher who was 8 months pregnant and didn't even let me know until they casually mentioned it my first day when I was filling out paperwork. If DH hadn't lost his job the next day, I probably would have quit again. She was due in February, my due date was supposed to be January, and working with her SUCKED. I was trapped in one room with her all day, she whined to me about how much she hated being pregnant, how she was so tired of going to the doctor (only once a month), and it took everything in me not to either break down or punch her in the face, because it just killed me. I tried to give her the benefit of the doubt that she didn't know. (But my bosses did and they shouldn't have put me there without any warning.) Thankfully she had her baby last week and she probably won't be back this school year. But then we have 3 pregnant teenagers and about 30 teen parents. (I work at an alternative school.) My best friend had her baby a couple weeks ago- we got pregnant a month apart.
It's just hard. Everything about this is hard.
Everywhere I go there is talk of babies and I constantly see babies. I have never noticed them so much before in my life! Did I do the right thing by leaving? I feel embarrassed that it bothered me as much as it did or I should say, that I am really embarrassed that my coworkers witnessed my reaction. Honestly, I didn't think it would bother me as much as it did, but it seemed my mind went back to when I announced my pregnancy to the group, which wasn't that long ago. It just made me extremely sad. I started going through all the emotions of loosing my daughter again and everthing that happened before and after her birth. What if I can't have any more children? I am just so exhausted. Some days, I just dont know how I even make it through and today is one of them. Thank you for listening.
You absolutely did the right thing by leaving. Do whatever you need to do, for you. I understand being embarrassed, but I've decided I don't really care what other people think. They haven't been in your shoes. There's no rule book on how to act. Do what feels right to you.