I have three sisters-in-law, and I knew each and every single one of them would be great aunts way before I had children. They're all kind and love kids, and really wanted to see my husband and I become parents after a long battle with infertility. If you're about to bring a new kid into the family, I think it's worth looking for signs your sister-in-law is going to be a great aunt. Thankfully, there are a whole bunch of ways you can tell if she's going to be a hit with your kids, or if you should think twice before asking her to babysit.
But most sisters-in-law aren't that outrageous or dramatic or, you know, insensitive. In fact, I would argue most sisters-in-law are kind, more than happy to support you through the trials and tribulations of motherhood, and are quick to give you and your new family space when necessary. So with that in mind, here's a list of things to look out for if you're about to bring a new little one into the family: