If you can't hold a newborn baby and be blown away, then I don't know what else to say....
Blown away by what, precisely? Like most people, I find babies to be emotionally stirring, but that doesn't mean I think that some god personally fashions each and every infant creature. As you apparently do. So this is another argument from ignorance.
Saying it's an "argument from ignorance" does NOT make it an untrue argument. "We don't know who killed Mr. John Q. Public, so we know that it must be nobody." Is that an argument from ignorance?
Why yes, it is. It's basically saying, "we don't know the circumstances of his death, therefore nobody killed him". And while it isn't technically "untrue", because the argument might potentially be correct, it's no better than a shot in the dark. Yeah, sure, you might hit something with that shot, but most likely you'll just waste your ammo. Same thing with arguments from ignorance. If they end up being correct, it's by accident, and we can do better than that.
But we have TONS of evidence! That's the point! Evidence all around us that something greater than chance and science could create!
Yet you can't actually elaborate on any of that evidence, can you? That is to say, you can't point to any particular thing and prove that it was made by a god. You have to claim that it's too "complex", or that the evidence is "obvious", or whatever other rationales you come up with. That's why it's an argument from ignorance; that's why nobody here is willing to give credence to what you're asserting.
And nobody can explain how sexual reproduction evolved...
Actually, it's already been explained. What is sex but the exchange of genetic information between individuals? But instead of changing the organisms themselves, the genetic information forms a new organism. Once you understand that, the rest falls into place, because all forms of sexual reproduction are just variations on that general theme.
And nobody can explain how natural forces created everything around us.... Hmmmm... I've asked time and time again for some answers how things evolved and guess what? Nobody can answer these questions. I understand how science works and there are so many questions without answers you must ask yourself "how possible is this?".
No, you don't
really understand how science works. You've proved this over and over again through the way you act, the fact that you haven't actually bothered to try to show that you understand it. There's no shame in admitting that you don't really know something all that well, unless you bluster and pretend that you do when it's obvious you don't. It isn't that nobody's answered your questions, it's that you literally aren't competent to judge the accuracy of those answers. Therefore, you don't trust those answers and claim that they aren't answers at all.
Now explain to me how sexual reproduction evolved.... I mean if holding a newborn baby is about as thrilling as receiving the TV Guide in the mail, then go ahead, explain it.
The fact that I understand the biological forces which cause humans to be thrilled when holding or seeing a newborn baby, the fact that I understand the biological forces which caused that newborn baby to grow from that clump of undifferentiated cells, doesn't make any of that less awe-inspiring. Knowing the actual reason why is far more impressive than simply thinking of babies as gifts from God.