I recently switched docs and we talked about various things. she said she sees more breech babies in 3rd +pregnancies b/c the uterus can sometimes strech more giving baby lots more room to move around. That thought has been sitting in the back of my mind and I have had worries here and there about baby being breech. I know there's so many things you can do/try to turn baby but in the end if that doesn't work....so today I googled breech birth in my state and found that a major teaching hosp. about an hr away started a 'support breech birth' program about 8 mo ago. They have requirements for being a candidate but on their website they said they want to offer an alternative to women who would otherwise chose to have a vaginal breech birth at home, so they began their program. it says they've had an 80% (i think) success rate to date. I am so relieved to know that if this even becomes an issue I can go to them!