aidenn, you're allowed to feel the way you feel! But are you forgetting that there is a man in your family, the babe's daddy? And what about grandparents, uncles, etc? And for those of us who had ZERO experience being around males whatsoever until suddenly having a little boy, trust me, it feels like the most natural thing in the world once you have one, and you can't imagine the little mancub being anything other than the little puppy he is. And you'll find little guy pals for him, who will love to do little boy things with him. If you don't have current pals with sons, I'm sure you can make some, to have little guy playdates when the kid is old enough to have a gender specific preference to the type of play that interests them (crash! splash! smash! action! kerblewey! mess! adrenaline!). You'll be so smitten with this person by the time they are demonstrating their boy-ness (if it even IS a boy!), that you'll find every little thing they do is magic (I am constantly quoting the police's lyric every chance I get).
That little speech was to myself, mostly, by the way. i was unwillingly thrown into the land of little boys, and now that I have them, I adore it, but now that I'm having another baby I just want that daughter I've dreamed of my whole life SO BADLY. I will need to get over some serious disappointment if it's a boy, and need to recite that little soliloquy above a few times to myself.
Tilly, it's a boy! I see the nub, and it's slightly angled up away from the lower spine. If there's any credence to this nub theory, that is a boy. That's my prediction! :) How lucky if it is, so that you'll have one of each! Though having a little sister for your DD would be amazing, too of course. Your daughter is so cute hoping for a ducky in there. Too precious for words.