I worked more on pregnancy stuff, specifically giving birth. Worked out some of how hospital birth plays out, only two more options to go there. The flow of giving birth is pretty easy, since it's mostly glossed over (no, I will not make you play it out), so really, pregnancy comes down to dealing with the effects building up to birth, and the effects after giving birth, without really going into the details of birth itself. Thankfully.
Anyway, the idea with a hospital birth is that you'll be stuck in a hospital room for a few days. You'll have some options to pass the time, like playing with your child(ren) or watching TV, all of which will have a (minor) effect on how you recover from pregnancy. Every day, a doctor/nurse will come by to let you know both how you're recovering and when you can expect to leave. It is, in fact, possible to leave the hospital more healthy than when you came in.
Doctor's Office birth and Home birth will work similarly, but those will both have you confined to your apartment. Well, not YOUR apartment, per se: but rather an apartment that is, in all respects, the same as your normal apartment but with stuff MISSING. Or rather, it'll just be a map of an area that matches your apartment set up specifically for recovering from pregnancy. So don't expect to be able to, say, work on painting or go exercising while recovering at home.