I wouldn't expect to many gifts or cards for the first few years though. Lol.
You'd be surprised. My wife was DF'd when she had her first daughter, but sisters gave her all kinds of baby clothes and helped her. Some people will violate the shunning rule when babies are involved.
Emilie, everybody in this situation finds themselves in quite a dilemma. Hard choices have to be made, but whatever people may say, only you can decide what will work best for you. The main thing is to find joy in whatever you can in the midst of all this. To allow yourself to grieve about things related to this that may make you sad, and to deconstruct what has happened. To grow stronger mentally and emotionally so that none of them can manipulate you, trick you, or guilt you into returning. I think you'll be fine, especially once you get out on your own. That can be a major help. It's hard to be around people who want nothing more than to berate you about some imaginary label the Witnesses have put on you.
But it does seem that time is on your side. I hope things will go well for you.