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    I think with jealous people like that it doesn't matter what you'll say, it'll always come across *TO THEM* that u are rubbing it in their faces, hence her spiteful replies (I don't think your doing it to her in that way I just think that's what she thinks iykwim??) Honestly I'd just be polite but not over friendly and don't involve her in ur life or decisions about ur child. Im not really close with my sil but I'm friendly.
    Good luck with your water birth I think it would be amazing! Try surrounding yourself with people who care about you and just ignore the ones who try everything into a competition x

    Eta just to clarify I don't think you are doing anything wrong to her, I think she's being quite bishy.... just saying above that is how I think she is feeling, which imo is totally uncalled for.

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    She sounds as though she needs people to be gentle with her, if you do speak with her in future I'd keep it to pleasant small talk, perhaps ask how she's going, and not discuss anything about yourself/birth/money etc. It's hard, but doable. I have a long-term friend who is all about her and very insecure, I don't tell her anything and I just ask about her because I feel it's what she needs as she seems to attract 'rough patches'. She's engaged so I can't even tell her I am, but I figure it's worth keeping to myself to keep the peace and not make her feel inadequate.. because she's not


 

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