Hi Joanna! I watched your you tube video from this past spring from your thread on your other thread about this new pregnancy. I thought I saw girl parts several times. At 12 1/2 weeks the clitoris can imitate a penis and that might be one of the things that affected people's view. I saw "stacks of pancakes" at 10s, 55s and at 4:01, it looked like nothing between legs and at 1: 09 the top leg was not in picture, bottom leg was so legs were opened and it was pretty flat right "there". I can see where the confusion was at 11 seconds, but since that was the only time it looked like a penis might be there, I'm saying I think it's a girl. I do keepsake ultrasounds but am only an RN, not a licenced sonographer as these are basically for keepsake photographs and gender determinations ,AFTER they have already had at least 1 diagnostic ultrasound at the hospital or DR.s office. We do not do early ultrasounds at the clinic I work for because of this confusion and to deter people from coming in for gender determination in order to seek termination due to undesired gender. (Apparantly some people do that!) I have done a few early ultrasounds but only for a family member, and a couple who had early ultrasounds at their Dr's offices, and I only gave 70% accuracy to those. One was wrong, but this girl found her "boy" was actually a girl at 22 weeks, and was very understanding that at 13 weeks, girls can look like boys, even her Dr backed us up that it's a close call at that time. Reading your other locked thread, I would say that your sonographer is probably right. I would guess at this 12 week video that it's a girl, but only by 70 percent or so. If he still thought it was a girl at your second one, well I don't see why people are arguing with you or him! It's most likely a girl. I wish you had pictures of that one, but if he thought girl twice, it must be at least 95% accurate! Right? I mean if she's a girl, that nub would be much less elongated by 18 or 19 weeks..or however far along you were at the repeat. Please let us know the answer after you deliver, I really want to know! Congratulations on your healthy baby again.