Miranda Jones provides birth and postpartum doula services, as well as childbirth education, to the expectant families of central Oklahoma. Growing up as one in a family of eight, pregnancy and childbirth were a regular part of her life. She was blessed enough to witness the birth of her siblings, which ignited a passion for birth. She began her adult life pursuing nursing, but knew it wasn't quite right. After becoming pregnant with her first daughter and learning about the role of doula she decided to do a complete career change and pursue becoming a doula.
Miranda is trained through Birth Arts International, as well as trained in the Bradley Method of Natural Childbirth. Continued education is of the utmost importance to her. She continues to stay up to date on new pregnancy and childbirth research, as well as continually attending specialized and advanced trainings. In 2017, Miranda was even named one of the top 20 Doulas in OKC by expertise.com, and nominated for best lactation consultant by Oklahoma City Moms Blog. Miranda has experience with a wide variety of birth situations, such as home birth, VBAC, teen and crisis pregnancy, cesaren sections, native health services, plus size pregnancy, and so much more.
Miranda is a lifelong resident of Norman Oklahoma, where she resides with her husband, and her two daughters. She spends her free time riding horses with the Norman Round Up Club and advocating politically for parental choice with Oklahomans for Vaccine and Health Choice.
Training and Education
Birth Arts International Training- Birth Doula
Birth Arts Internationa Training- Postpartum Doula
Bradley Method of Natural Childbirth- January 2015
Pre- Nursing curriculum at OCCC - 2013-15
Elective Induction webinar- Evidence Based Birth -October 2016
Vitamin K and Eye Ointment Training- Evidence Based Birth January 2017
Eating and Drinking During Labor- Evidence Based Birth March 2017
Epidural webinar- Evidence Based Birth- November 2017