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Dr. Jacq's Baby Feeding 101

Welcome to Dr. Jacq’s Baby Feeding 101 - a video series to help Moms learn about feeding their baby the right way with Dr. Jacqueline Winkelmann, a pediatrician and former Chief of Staff of the Children’s Hospital of Orange County. Each video offers helpful tips and advice relating to different feeding topics. Enjoy!


Introducing Dr. Jacqueline and Baby Feeding 101

Meet Dr. Jacq and learn all about Baby Feeding 101


Picking a bottle 101

Dr. Jacq knows picking the right bottle is one of Mom’s hardest decisions. So in this video, Dr. Jacq makes it easy, offering practical tips on picking the right bottle both for your registry and if your baby suddenly stops taking a bottle after birth.


Bottle Warming 101 – why you should warm a bottle and how to do it safely

Dr. Jacq explains the benefits of warming a bottle and how to do it safely, including explaining that there are different ways to warm breastmilk versus formula in order to protect the milk’s nutrients.


Baby Food 101 – why homemade is better & easier than you think!

Dr. Jacq discusses the benefits of homemade baby food versus store-bought and how you can make homemade super easy and save a lot of money too!


Bottle Sterilizing and Drying 101 – why you should sterilize & dry baby bottles and other baby accessories

Dr. Jacq explains the benefits of both sterilizing and drying your bottles properly.


Formula Prep 101 – Why making a proper formula bottle is critical to your baby’s development and how to do it!

Dr. Jacq talks about the importance of feeding your baby properly so they get the right nutrition from day 1, and how to ensure your baby gets the right amount of formula in every bottle.


Bottle Feeding – Mom, it’s okay to use a bottle. No Guilt!

Dr. Jacq talks about the pressure Moms face to breastfeeding and why it’s okay to bottle feed.
Who is Dr. Jacqueline Winkelmann?

“Dr. Jacq” is a hospital-based pediatrician working primarily at the Children’s Hospital of Orange County. With 17 years of experience, she’s garnered a wealth of knowledge in pediatric healthcare, and has recently become Chief of Staff at CHOC. Also a mother of two, Dr. Jacq understands the importance of knowing the right and wrong steps to take in raising a newborn, baby, or toddler into childhood. Her Baby Feeding 101 guidelines are designed to help parents know exactly what to do when feeding time arises.

Which baby bottles should you avoid?

As we learned in Dr. Jacq’s clip, the best bottles should be easy for baby to feed from and easy for parents to clean. So, with that in mind, bottles with narrow nipples or drinking spouts should be avoided, as well as bottles with a complicated set of parts that make it harder to clean and sterilize properly. Moreover, parents should always avoid any bottles that contain BPA, a chemical used in making certain types of plastic. If heated improperly, BPA can leak into a bottle’s contents and harm your baby.

What are some easy baby foods to make at home?

For new parents beginning to introduce baby to their first solid and semi-solid meals, there are a few foods to begin with that can go a long way toward making easy meals that are both nutritious and delicious. Mashed sweet potato, cauliflower, and peas are all great starter veggies with plenty of minerals and vitamins to offer, as well as apples, pears, and bananas for a few fruit-tastic options. Once you’ve got the basics down, foods like rice, apricot, kiwi, and tomato can help make mealtime even more dynamic and delicious. Check out our baby food recipes for easy and nutritious meals to make for your little one.
Baby Feeding & Formula Prep

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