I'll be 38 weeks tomorrow and have the same thing. I understand it's more likely to be a posterior birth if they are in this position, as the baby has to do more twisting around (I think?) but it's not a given that that'll happen.
Leaning forward for extended periods is meant to be good. Sitting or leaning on a birth/gym ball, scrubbing the kitchen floor, whatever you prefer. Avoid leaning back for long periods on the sofa or deep chairs where your knees are higher than your pelvis... There are lots of tips I've seen, try a search for 'optimal foetal positioning'.
Mine keeps shifting around and I will think she's moved into a better position, but then she moves back! I think it doesn't help that although I've been trying to sleep on my left-hand side I've always slept on the right before and tend to wake up like that. The baby's back is likely to go with gravity, apparently.