I think from reading your posts that you don't mind if this little bundle of joy is a boy, if there is a girl in your future, and I'm sure a lot of other mums have felt like this.
I also suffered GD when pregant and thats how I found this site and the forums. At first when I found out I was pregnant I was so happy I didn't even think about gender. Then I found out it was twins and again the thought of boys or girls didn't really cross my mind.
Once I got to about 12 weeks and I told people I got comments like 'I bet you hope they're one of each', and ' I hope its not two boys that'll be hard work', 'do you want at least one to be a girl' etc etc. I got a lot of negitive comments regarding their genders being possibly two boys. This suddenly made me think more about what I wanted then to be and I became obsessed with it. I seemed to realise that I wanted a girl and even though we decided not to find out the gender at our 17 or 20 week scans, I did loads of research mainly on here at what to see in the scan for gender clues.
I posted the 12 pics on here and even though I got or guesses I didn't let myself think one would be a girl in case I had two boys and was disappointed. I told NO ONE how I was feeling as I felt guilty. After coming to this fourm I realised that it is just natural and that we all want different things and have expectations about what our famillies will bring us.
One major factor with me was that because I had been so ill I expected it to be my one and only pregnancy so if I did have two boys that would be it - no daughter for me and I found this hard to take in.
In the end we have to learn to deal with what life deals us.
For me it is only ever having two children even though I always wanted a big family. I will always miss the others I could never have although I have dontaed my eggs so that gives me some comfort and I hope the children from those eggs come to find me one day.
Good luck with everything