Oh tickleme, I'm sorry you are so sad. The way I tell myself, life isn't fair. There are loads of time bad things happen to good people (not that having boys is a bad thing btw, but just as a more general example of 'life') and vice versa. We can't always get everything we want, and that is what we teach our children. This is really no different. The hardest thing I find is giving up on my little girl, not just a girl, but my Daisy that I've dreamt of and told her we would wait for her, that we would go back for her. Yes, I think we will have a no 4/poss even no 5 down the line, but there are no guarantees, and after 3 boys I really think my cervix is all about cooking the boys. We wouldn't have more if I couldn't be ok with more boys, and I definitely am, but it is sad that so many people get girls, and we aren't them!
I always remind myself that it's special to be different. I think it would be really cool to have a family of all boys, and be the queen of the family! I also think my future hubby is more designed for dealing with boys rather than teen girl attitude (I'm a secondary teacher, so happily deal with both, but I am a lot more patient than him) and I think he has real fears and worries about raising a daughter. Of course he'd deal with those if it happened, but maybe I'm getting all these boys as a gift for HIM, y'know? To make up for some of the shit he has gone through and worked so hard to overcome?
Tickleme, it's not that God doesn't view worthy of having a girl/female bond, he just has other, better, bigger, more important plans for you. And raising 3 boys into wonderful caring men is a hard task but one you do with ease. And one day, no matter what your husband says now, another kid might be in the cards. And maybe that will be your little girl? And she just wanted some kick arse big brothers to look after her first :-)
Love my babies