I agree with all the posters. Act fast and get things set in stone as much as possible if they aren't already.
Since you can stay at home now, use this time to figure out your next steps. What happens when your situation changes? What job skills do you have? Could you go back to school? In person or online? What kind of jobs can you have right now? What can you do while staying at home to build up your resume and skills? Can you volunteer somewhere? Do you have computer skills? Most software programs have a 30 day trial period, download one at a time and study it in-depth for the entire trial period. There are all sorts of free classes online, Barnes and Noble has some. University extension services are another resource. Even if they don't directly lead to a job, they'll keep your brain agile and give you something else to think about.
If you're in a big city, look for women's organizations related to family and jobs. In Mpls, there's Women Venture at http://www.womenventure.org/.
I'm showing this as an example of what to look for in your own town. If you're in a smaller town, look for state and county job resources. They can be excellent and worth the time.
Best of luck!