My babe is still happily kicking away at the bottom of my uterus and cervix sometimes (ouch!). I don't really even like to say "breech" when I'm 26 weeks and we still have until 32 weeks before we should start worrying about the position. I think I have only felt movement at the top of the uterus maybe twice... Never the less, I do find myself wanting to encourage this baby to spend some time in the "right" position, taking a little time every day to do some yoga poses while sending "turn, baby turn" thoughts to the LO.
That reminds me, for the ladies that had their baby transverse, I wanted to share with you a little experience I had. I was in a bit of a squat position and felt the baby sliding down along my side (really weird feeling). When I stood up to go tell my husband about that weird sensation, I could feel the baby laying completely transverse across my hips, making it really awkward and uncomfortable to walk. This freaked me out a bit because I certainly did not want the baby to settle into that position. I immediately laid down on my back and took a supported bridge pose (looks like this in case you are not familiar:)
You can also prop your hips up with your hands, supporting the weight of your hips by keeping your elbows under your wrists, which is what I did as I did not have a yoga block close by. I stayed there for a minute and then rolled over onto my left side and laid there for a minute. When I got up, the baby was off of my hips and back in regular position. I hope that is helpful to anyone who feels the baby has gone transverse, as I can now know that is a truly uncomfortable feeling!