I'm sorry that you're so worried about the future.
the assumption that boys love their mommies more, are more sweet, affectionate caring etc.
Well, I can't speak for anyone else, but my DS1 is not affectionate. I have to beg for kisses and hugs. He's not sweet particularly and is not especially caring, either. I have hopes that DS2 will be different. It all depends on their personality, not their gender. My relationship with him is that I'm his caretaker. We don't have an amazing mother-son bond. He loves his dad right now better than he does me.
If it helps, I only ever wanted girls. I don't understand boys at all: they're either mindbogglingly simple or mysteriously complex. I understand girls and can empathize with them. When they're being bitchy or moody or shrill, I get it, because I've done it.
PGD is not an option because I don't want to take the easy way out, I want to achieve it myself.
I don't quite understand this attitude. The gender of your child is not something you personally can control. There are millions of sperm racing toward an egg. Nothing you can do will stop all the X sperm -- not swaying, not willpower, not good works. So if you really want a boy so much that it's tearing you up inside, you might want to reconsider PGD.
Hope this helps.
Swayed for , our second born 4/6/10. Thanks, IG, for the unsatisfying sex, the yeast infection, and another boy!!!!
Not a good candidate for IVF/PGD. Swaying (non-IG) for #3.