so I'm working on a girl that is in a relationship, it's a puppylove thing, her second real relationship. it has lasted 8 months so far. I'm not trying to end it, it will end naturally. I just want to be the obvious choice once it does. We fooled around once some weeks ago (but her BF doesn't know she cheated, she lied. told him I made a move and she said no)
she is currently on vacation with her family, a 3 week trip away from both me and her BF.
We have so far been speaking every day of her trip so far. meaning for 6 days so far. It's been mostly fun. I have kept the negs and stories with DHVs going in a natural manner. but today I got offputt by something. she hasn't spoken of her BF for the whole conversation. but she asked me for a guys opinion. "what should I get for my bf on his birthday?". I have to admit it threw me a little. so I replied "just give him a good BJ and he'll be happy". then se continued down this conversation-path. telling me how that was a given, then going into her plan for waking him up with a BJ then serving him dinner in bed, then discussing the gifts themselves. I say "sounds like a good birthday", then she mentions buying a trip. she's 18, he's 21. I told her, those things all sound nice, but you shouldn't have to break the bank after only 8 months. and then I finally cut the thread by stating "I'm not made for this conversation to be honest"
she replies "but I want his first birthday together to be special. I'm sorry, maybe wrong person to ask. I just wanted some tips". I replied "I think you've got it covered. ask a girlfriend."
she replies "okey, sorry" and then "so what's up?"
I just told her that I was heading out for training. and she replies with "ait"
NOW. Am I friendzoned all of the sudden? what would you do in this situation? my instincts are to freez here out. not make any contact and only reply short to her attempts at contacting me?