Sorry you haven't heard your DG.
I think you need to be kind to yourself, work through your feelings, don't bottle them up or bury them away.
Try to bond with your baby girl, have you named her? How about going out and choosing a special outfit or toy for her, or getting something personalised for her.
Your feelings may melt away when she arrives, but if not, then consider talking to a counsellor
I completely agree. Retail therapy works wonders and when you start seeing her little clothes and imagine her wearing them, maybe that will help.
I always say this, so I hope no one feels like I'm a broken record, but I really think talking to girl mom's irl could help you. Ask them about what they love about their daughters and what they look forward to. Try to find moms with only girls and ask for only positives.
Try to enjoy yoru pregnancy as best you can, but if you can't get over this, remember that you are very likely to be magically cured after your dd is born. That is usually the case. Not always, and if you find yourself in that boat of still being depressed then ask a medical professional for some help. There is no shame in needing counseling or medicaiton to improve your mood, especially post partum when hormones are all over the place. However, I really feel you will fall in love with your baby girl as soon as she's born!