Okay, I'm now officially paranoid that the scan on Friday wasn't accurate. Without a completely cooperative baby I am worried the tech might have been wrong.
I walked out of the appointment thinking it was a boy and was settled on it being a boy yesterday. And now I'm worried it isn't a boy. I am great, happy with a boy and don't want this to be a girl now that I've got my mind set on a boy. My niece would have other ideas. lol
So, I think I'm going to go for an elective u/s. I am sure my OB will not order another one at my appointment tomorrow just for a gender peek. And thanks to a helpful poster at FF I now know that there are clinics that do elective gender scans and u/s in Canada. Who knew that was even legal up here? I didn't. She told me to search for 'non-diagn.ostic ultr.asound'. I found 2 places in the city: 1 way out in the east end and 1 not a far drive from my place.
The other option is to book a scan in the US when I'm there this weekend. I could get one done on Saturday morning which offers pretty much everything the Canadian ones would. Except the cost is $100 and the Canadian ones range from $169 - $200+. For the same darned thing! Grrrr! The benefit of getting it done at home is that if the baby isn't cooperative, yet again, they'll have me come back for the gender determination for free. The US clinic offers it too but because I'm there for such a short time I wouldn't be able to go back a second time.
I'm going to call the place nearer my house tomorrow after my OB appointment and see what their availability is. If I can get in over the next couple of weeks I might just do that. Bite the bullet cost wise, anyway. And I'll see if I can book it during baby's busy period which seems to be between 11 am and 2 pm. That is certainly when I feel more 'kicks' and popping in my belly.
The worst that can happen is that I'll have spent some money only to get the same answer as I was given Friday. But if we get a better look it will be worth the peace of mind ... I think. ;-)