Whilst at a photocopier, yes, whilst photocopying, a usually tactless colleague (so I shouldn't be surprised) felt the need to ask me questions about my pregnancy including personal details about conception(!) etc. This was all as she was holding staff room door open on her way out, so obviously a casual conversation or not... She has just become engaged to her bf who she's known for six months, which is absolutely fine, obviously. (Not even for me or anyone to judge! Hopefully it will last a long time!) I find it hard to talk to her anyway because she comes right up into your face and moves her face/head to look at you when you are busy doing something else and she wants you to talk to her. She's just too intense for me. I am quite sensitive anyway, but I felt that I didn't want to discuss my baby with her. Felt protective over it with her as if her talking about it makes any difference at all! Anyway, the thing that got me was that she started asking me if I knew how lucky I was to have conceived my baby naturally as she had already asked that question... She said she was going to have to have IVF as she is starting trying in a few weeks. I didn't really ask how she knew this because I was quite shocked at what she said. She went on to say that I should thank my lucky stars as others weren't as fortunate. Nearly cried because I am silly, but she has no idea about my journey to conception and to getting to 22 weeks with all being ok and myself and husband finally reduced my anxiety levels about losing the baby. It took us two years to conceive with a mc on the way, which was traumatic to say the least and pretty much changed my life. Am I too sensitive or is this woman a crazy nut?! Can't cope with this especially with a close 'family' member having apparently faked a pregnancy to 'compete' with me, her words not mine and so that my parents would have two blood grandchildren and not favour my baby over her child who is a step grandchild, again her words not mine, which she chose to tell me in my house in front of her child and then said, Ooh, we ought to do this more often once she was leaving. I just want to have our baby and be normal like my mum and dad and wonderful in laws are being. We are so excited and no one needs to take this away from us! I know I am incredibly lucky to be having a (touch wood) healthy baby so far, but itz's not because we haven't worked for it! These kicks I am currently getting are an absolute blessing and I don't need to be told how lucky I am. I am so grateful.