People have a lot of complicated feelings about pregnancy.
Some reflexively rejoice when they hear news of a pregnancy, eagerly excited to meet the new baby and see their loved one embrace motherhood. Others feel nothing about pregnancy and babies alike, but experience an awkward pressure to emote that doesn't translate convincingly. There are women who feel triggered with sadness about their own fertility struggles, miscarriages, and wrought history with pregnancy, but push through to be there for others.
Then, there are those who manage to make someone else's pregnancy about themselves, everything else be damned.
In a recent post on the Am I The A*shole subreddit, a pregnant woman asked if she's wrong for cutting off her brother and sister-in-law after finding out the sister-in-law is angry about her pregnancy.
AITA for not wanting to speak to my brother and SIL after SIL said I stole her spotlight by getting pregnant?