You’ve got some time to work out what’s going to happen during delivery.
Right now, work on some of the more immediate concerns:
Do you want a CVS or amnio? CVS is done between 10 and 12 weeks, amnio a little later. If you do want one, what would you do if the results were abnormal? You can also find out the sex of the baby from the CVS or amnio, if you’re too impatient to wait for the 20-week ultrasound (I was), since the CVS or amnio can get the sex from the chromosomes.
Does she have food aversions? The smell of certain foods can trigger food aversions, and your sense of smell can be more sensitive during pregnancy. When my sister was pregnant with her first, if her husband opened a jar of peanut butter anywhere in the house, the smell would make her feel sick. You might have to stop eating certain foods in the house because of her food aversions.
Morning sickness tip: go to a restaurant or party supply store and get a big sleeve of 32-ounce paper cups. She should keep one of these cups with her all the time. Especially make sure to keep one in the car. That way, if she vomits, there is something to contain the vomit, and she can throw the cup away (ideally in an outdoor trash can) after it is used. There’s nothing to wash this way. I’ve found that 32-ounce cups are generally big enough to deal with any vomiting I’ve had. Keeping a roll of paper towels in the car would also not be a bad idea.
She’ll need to avoid alcohol, eating certain fish (swordfish, shark, tilefish, mackerel, and some kinds of tuna), any products made with unpasteurized milk, deli meats, lunchmeat, smoked seafood, and raw seafood. She’ll want to avoid anything she has an aversion to. Does she have a problem with you eating those things when she’s around, or is she OK with that?
You probably already know this, but if either of you smokes, now would be a really good time to stop. Smoking or exposure to secondhand smoke is bad during pregnancy, and it’s bad for the baby once it is born (increases the risk of SIDS, among other things).
She’s likely to be a lot more tired than normal. She probably won’t be able to get as much done around the house as she normally does during the first trimester of pregnancy. You might have to do some of that stuff, or you might have to live with stuff not getting done. If she’s too nauseous, you might have to do more of the cooking. She probably won’t want to go out as much as she did before she was pregnant, because she’ll feel too tired and/or nauseous. Adjust your expectations accordingly.
When do you want to announce to people IRL, to whom, and how? A lot of people wait till the first trimester is over (at about 14 weeks), because the risk of miscarriage goes down then. Some people want to announce earlier and get sympathy if they do have a miscarriage. Some don’t. Some relatives can be touchy about how and when they hear news like this. If she’s working, she’ll want to decide when she wants to announce at work. If she’s having obvious morning sickness, it might need to be earlier, at least to her boss. She should have at least some idea of what she plans to do, work-wise, when the baby is born before announcing to her boss, as that will be one of the first questions the boss has for her.