Ok... for a long time, I thought baby was transverse because I'd feel movement on both sides of my belly at the same time. However, weeks ago, and at every appointment since, doc has told me baby is head down. In fact, at my last appt, she said he's head-down and halfway engaged in the pelvis. So WHY do I feel SO MUCH movement... STRONG movement... on both sides simultaneously?? I know he COULD turn, but it's not likely he's turning transverse, then quickly going head-down when I'm at the doc's, then going back to transverse...then conveniently head-down again at doc's... you know? I'm pretty confident if he's been head-down for 3 appointments, and through all of that I've been feeling the kicks on both sides... that he really is head down through all this. I feel movement stronger on my right side, but I always get a good thump or two on my left side at the same time as my right when he gives good swift kicks and squirms. I am trying to picture how a baby can be head-down and still manage that... I'm getting a funny picture of a baby all sprawled out in my belly-- which obviously he's not... frog-legged? Totally normal? Anyone know much about baby position, or have this experience? Which way could baby be facing/laying?