Couple more points: Wait until you have your own baby, and then come and tell that is not hard work, and that you can well handle both full-time job and sleepless nights with baby.
Millions of women across the world do just that. For poorer women in other nations, that "work" is often doing basic stuff like getting food and water for their kids. You´d hardly be unique.
It's generally only a few privileged western states that provide large amounts of money so that women who think they are above working in hamburger joints can earn more from having children instead. Which is why poorer / more limited women (the ones thinking: "wow the state gives me 300 a month, so much better than having to lower myself to work in McDonalds") tend to have more children in these nations nowadays of course. Paid for of course by.......people working in McD's.
Why do you feel entitled to a job that fits your skills - particularly when you live in Europe's poorest major city, with a basketcase economy? Again, millions of people across the world don't (and immigrants often have a harder time than most). Having a baby gives you an exemption from the normal rules of life - and an automatic entitlement to whatever you want instead?
Instead of mocking that reply about caritas, you might be advised to take it on board! Why turn your nose up at a charity feeding you when you expect taxpayers to - it's no different. And god forbid family might help - not when cash in hand from complete strangers might be on offer instead! What are your other options - jobless new mother on low income in dirt poor town?