So... I mentioned in another thread (I'm such a hijacker!) that my chiropractor and I thought maybe Kong had turned head down earlier this week. So I went to see my midwife today, and by the time I got to her, Kong was definitely back to being breech, if s/he ever was head down. I've been having A LOT of big movement out of him/her, so I wouldn't put it past that s/he was flipped and flipped back, but... anyway.
After she first checked me, I was still laying there on the big soft bed, DD jumping around beside me, we were just talking- and Kong start going crazy. S/he basically TOTALLY shifted position in a way that had my midwife looking really surprised- baby ended up almost transverse. So the good news is that Kong has lots of room to move... I just need to keep encouraging him/her head down (back to doing my inversions!). If we get to about 35 weeks and s/he's still breech, my midwife will attempt a version, and then assuming it works, I'll bind my belly to keep the baby in that position. If we can't get baby to turn by any means, we agreed today, that what I'm most comfortable with is a very informed, very safely handled (meaning, we don't try to force anything, but follow baby's cues, etc) vaginal breech delivery. This also includes that if anything about the vaginally breech delivery isn't "perfect" that we transfer to the hospital and probably face a c-section. But, my midwife keeps saying that the breech position s/he is in is a very favorable one for a great delivery, and she's delivered a few breech babies before... so I trust I'm in good hands.
So, that's the update on us.