Meet the Doulas
Meet the Postpartum Doulas
Megan Jennings is a Certified Midwife Assistant, Certified Birth and Postpartum Doula, Certified Breastfeeding Educator, Mentor and Owner of Nature’s Blossom Birth.
She has been serving families as a Postpartum Doula since 2015. She believes that bringing a new person into your family and becoming a parent is a delicate, transformative time and she aims to provide the support needed to ease that transition.
She is happily married to a loving and supportive husband with a young son and daughter. She may be known to have an obsession with coffee and she loves late movie nights with her family, and she never says no to a perfectly cooked steak usually made by her awesome husband.
Sage Smith is a trained Postpartum Doula. She has been caring for babies and young children since 2014.
She loves it because childhood is an extremely formative time and getting to be any part of it is a privilege. She’s a postpartum doula because adding a new member to the family is hard- whether you’ve done it before or not- and it’s always helpful to have an extra set of hands and a supportive ear.
When she isn’t taking care of babies, Sage has her own pottery business making ceramic homeware. She also loves spending time with her fiance and grumpy cat and also love going to see live music, and art.
Malarie Jennings is a Certified Postpartum Doula for Nature's Blossom Birth.
She started learning about birth when her nephew was born and quickly realized that birth impacts more than just the mother and child. She is inspired by the families around her that make informed birth choices. She has found a passion to support mothers-to-be, new mothers, and their loving families. She loves being able to help take a load off during these delicate transitions.
She lives in Moore with her husband and dog. She loves spending time with her family, going to the movies, hiking, and cooking. She is interested in anything to do with living a more natural lifestyle.
Rachel Wiggins is a Certified Birth Doula, Trained Postpartum Doula, and a Student Midwife's Assistant with a goal of obtaining certifications by Fall of 2018. She has been serving the families of Oklahoma as a birth doula since January of 2015 and has developed a passion for serving families in more ways than just labor support. The first few weeks postpartum are what lay the foundation for new families, and her desire is to help make that transition as smooth as it can be. If she she isn't studying at the local coffee shop, then you can find her making memories with her family, especially with her nieces and nephew.
Adrienne Christner is a wife, mother, Registered Nurse and Postpartum Doula. She became interested in midwifery and doula work while pregnant with her first child. As a mother of two, she understands that care of the mother and household are as vital as care of the newborn in those delicate bonding weeks after birth. Her experience both as a mother and as a nurse makes her especially empathetic to the emotional, psychological and material support a new mother requires.
She has plans to become a Certified Nurse Midwife in the future. When not working or pursuing doula/midwifery materials, Adrienne loves spending time at home with her family, exercising, hiking in nature, and experimenting with new recipes.