My situation was very different as my water broke at 34w0d, , no (and was much more of a gush). I had to give up my planned homebirth and go to the hospital. Full blown labor started about 8 hours later (I had to fight off the drs wanting to start pitocin immediately) and my daughter was born vaginally a few hours afterward.
There are several things that I wish that I had done differently, but the main one is-- I wish that I had known how to keep her out of the NICU. Obviously, for many babes, that is where they need to be, but mine was fine-- never needed oxygen, etc. I didn't know any better, and let them whisk my nearly 6 pound healthy daughter away. She spent 6 days there, being observed for possible apnea and then was kept longer for jaundice. That was 6 days of being largely alone in a bassinet, probably crying alone, not feeding on demand, spending time in her own excrement. In the NICU, they are on a strict feeding/changing/being held schedule. In the one where my daughter was, there are also many ours that the area is "closed" and you can't even visit your own child. Once a baby has been admitted to the NICU, it is difficult to get them released, until there is absolutely nothing going on with them. My baby didn't need to be there to have a bili-blanket, yet for the last 3 days, that was the only reason given for her being there.
I have recently heard of a woman who gave birth in the same hospital at 34w, who kept her baby out of the NICU by insisting (with her mw help) that the baby nurse right away, to prove that she was okay. They reasoned that if the baby latched on right away, she must be okay enough to not need to be in the NICU. Maybe this could help you. If your baby is healthy enough to stay out of the NICU, I implore you to do everything you can to keep him/her out of there.
Sorry to go off .. I know that your situation is different, with the breech issue, etc. I hope the babe stays put, and you are able to welcome him/her at home as you wish.