Abigale Schreier

Abi is an Atlanta-based lifestyle writer, reporting on children's books, fertility, pregnancy, labor, breastfeeding, parenting, and pop culture. She has been a freelance writer and editor for the past 11 years. When she isn’t writing or copy editing, Abi loves being a mom to her 4-year-old son Jack, chugging coffee, cooking plant-based meals, working out, and spending time at home with the rest of her family — a husband, two cats, and two beagles — whom she lovingly refers to as "The Funny Farm."

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Does My Baby Miss Me When I’m Away?

Learn whether your baby misses you when you're away, as well as how object permanence plays a role in your baby's anxiety.

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Learn what items you should pack for your newborn or toddler in your diaper bag.

Breastmilk: Nature's Perfect Food

Breast Milk: Nature’s Perfect Food for Baby

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Essential items for baby and toddler, along with a diaper bag to pack them in.

Tips to Not Over-Pack Your Diaper Bag

Learn what items you should pack for your newborn or toddler in your diaper bag.

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How to Raise Your Child to Be a Critical Thinker

Learn what critical thinking is and how to raise your child to be a critical thinker by asking questions and problem-solving.

A six month old boy wearing a cloth diaper reaches for his parent.

Does My Baby Miss Me When I’m Away?

Learn whether your baby misses you when you're away, as well as how object permanence plays a role in your baby's anxiety.

Young Asian pregnant woman lying on sofa at home, looking at the ultrasound scan photo of her baby.

Gender Tests: The Different Options to Find Out the Sex of Your Baby

Discover the scientific and non-scientific gender tests that can help you determine your baby's gender beyond old wives' tales.

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You Know You’re Going Into Labor When . . .

Is it a stomach bug, or are those contractions? Here are some signs to watch out for that help you know if you're going into labor.

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The Most Dangerous Hazard That’s in All of Our Homes

Though there are many dangerous hazards in your home that could harm and even kill your child, this is the most dangerous one.

15 Photos to Capture During Baby’s First 24 Hours

The first 24 hours of your baby's life are eventful, so try to capture these photos to cherish forever.

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How to Stay Sane When Your Baby Won’t Nap

Your baby has been crying and restless for days on end and you're at your breaking point. Here is how to stay sane when your baby won't nap.

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100+ Random Acts of Kindness You Can Do With Your Child

It doesn't take a lot of effort to do something kind for someone. This list of random acts of kindness will touch so many around you.

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How Breast Milk Can Cure Anything

Breast milk isn't called "liquid gold" for nothing. While some limit the uses for breast milk, others state that its benefits are greater.

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New Mothers Can Trust Their Instincts, Science Confirms

New mothers can trust their instincts, science confirms. Here is a breakdown of how a mother's instincts helps her to be a great mama!

Breastmilk: Nature's Perfect Food

Breast Milk: Nature’s Perfect Food for Baby

Breast milk is more important to a child's immune system than initially thought. Learn why and 5 tips for successful breastfeeding!