Mine is, which means I'm feeling lots of movement out front and anyone watching me is treated to a display of random hills and valleys appearing.
Thankfully I don't have to worry about position, as I'm having a c-section. My 2nd birth was a posterior birth and I wouldn't wish it on anyone, but I also wouldn't exhaust myself trying to get baby to turn, to be honest I don't think my last baby could turn, there was very little amniotic fluid.
My midwife said that with 2nd timers and beyond the baby usually turns in labour not before, it's just rather unfortunate that that didn't happen for me, the posterior birth was very damaging for my joints and pelvic floor.
Anne, Christian mummy to Nathanael 05/28/03, Ada 06/10/05, Grace 05/24/09