The children of your husband's siblings are your nieces or nephews. Their children are your great-nieces or great-nephews.
My brothers-in-law are my sisters' misters. I don't know which of the sisters' husbands he is.
Well, it depends how close you are to your husbands family. If you really want to know they are cousins-in-law.
she has 2 kids from different husbands.
The word sisters is a common plural noun. It needs no apostrophe.I loved my sisters.When sisters have possessions or belongings, it needs an apostrophe.I loved my sisters' letters and cards.My sisters' husbands were teachers.
you call your parents sisters aunty
Your brother would call your husbands sister by her first name. Or, "my (sibling's) sister in law.
The generalization implied in this question is over broad. While some sisters may be jealous of their brothers' wives others are not and get along with them very well. People get jealous for many reasons.
what where amelia earhart's husband kids names
Hera didn't have any other real husbands. Although most of the gods had husbands they usually had kids with other people.
No Never Answer There is no reason that you could not, so yes.
your second nephew
No, your mother-in-law is your husband's mother.
sisters in law
To demonstrate plural possession, make the noun plural first. Then use the apostrophe right away. : sisters' kids
your sister in law
Your cousin in law
Betsy Ross had 3 husbands and had a total of 7 kids.
Amelia didn't have any kids. Her husbands name is George Putnam.
If she is your sisters daughter then she is your neice :)
She doesn't have sisters