So, my midwife palpated baby today and declared that she is most likely posterior. Not that that is particularly surprising, especially since she's not super low and I still have two weeks till my due date, but I'd still rather have heard that she is nicely positioned and ready to go!
Anyway, I know some of the posterior turning techniques and have been to Spinning Babies, but I am unsure how much effort I want to put into actively turning this baby. Do I never sit in a bucket seat (impossible, obviously, when driving)? How much time do I spend in ridiculous inversions?
Any input, ladies? Have any of you successfully gotten a posterior babe to turn and stay that way before labor? Or do you suggest waiting until early labor to really focus on positioning? I know I could go super crazy trying to get babe to budge a bit, or I could be more zen about this and not let it take up too much of my mental energy...I just hope I won't regret that come labor!