Phylana Stowers, RN, BSN

Phylana Stowers is a wife and Mommy to five children, ages 13, 10, 8 and 6 year old twins. She is also a registered nurse, a freelance and aspiring book writer, and an entrepreneur. In her spare time, when she has any, she makes hand decorated note cards, jewelry and swaddling blankets. Graduating with a B.S. in nursing from the University of Pittsburgh, she has worked the majority of her 13 year career in Women’s Health – Labor & Delivery, Postpartum, Newborn Nursery, Recovery Room as well as Mental Health and Rehabilitation.

Phylana Stowers is a wife and Mommy to five children, ages 13, 10, 8 and 6 year old twins. She is also a registered nurse, a freelance and aspiring book writer, and an entrepreneur. In her spare time, when she has any, she makes hand decorated note cards, jewelry and swaddling blankets. Graduating with a B.S. in nursing from the University of Pittsburgh, she has worked the majority of her 13 year career in Women’s Health – Labor & Delivery, Postpartum, Newborn Nursery, Recovery Room as well as Mental Health and Rehabilitation.

Somewhere between finding out you are pregnant and the delivery of your new little bundle of joy comes a phase I like to call – I'm so not ready for this. This is just your anxiety about being a new mom, underestimating your qualifications, and thinking about the preparations for your new role. It seems ...

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For a lot of women, it seems like when you are pregnant, things are so much more stressful than they were before. This could be because you have so much more to deal with, your hormones are fluctuating, and you may be more tired, have less energy and just feel less capable of handling your ...

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Baby Blues

Friday, February 26th, 2010 by from Blogs
Baby blues is such a cute sounding name for a problem that doesn't feel cute at all. One of the things that strikes me as sad is how many women have a distorted idea of what motherhood is like, and what they should be feeling, or how they should be acting. Every woman is different, and how she will react is different; there is nothing wrong with ...

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There are many different opinions and sides to this subject; I think we should all just agree that everyone is looking for the best pregnancy experience they can get, and that means different things to different people. Every woman should have the opportunity to choose what kind of delivery they would like, but those facing complicated or high ...

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In the 13 years I've been working in the maternity unit, I have seen more and more women who have waited until they were 35 or older to have children. Of course, there are as many different reasons to wait as there are women, but the most common reasons seems to stem from the desire to wait until attaining a stable family base and/or being ...

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