Obviously this is WAY early, but it's weighing on my mind so I thought I would get it out there.
I transitioned to a new position (new office, new supervisor, new title, same company) about a month ago, and before I even got the job I mentioned to the supervisor that I didn't want to leave him high and dry because DH and I were TTC and I didn't want to quit on him 6 months from now or something. He hired me anyway, and now I'm due at the end of January. Tentatively, I'm thinking I will just not come back after Christmas. As soon as I tell him that I'm pregnant, he's probably going to immediately remember our conversation and that I'm likely to quit once baby comes. Legally he can't fire me for being pregnant, so I'm safe there, but I want to tell him my plans ASAP (without shooting myself in the foot.) I'll at least wait until 12 weeks to tell him that I'm pregnant, but should I wait a little longer since I'll eventually be telling him that I'm not coming back? I feel guilty even though I know I shouldn't.
What are your plans for telling work?