Fussy Baby Network

All babies cry, but some cry more than others. One in five babies is fussy—and many babies struggle with difficulties in feeding or sleeping. For parents, caring for a fussy baby can be exhausting and frustrating.

There is no quick fix, but there is help. Cooper House provides services to families with concerns about their baby’s temperament and behavior during the first year of life through Fussy Baby Network® Seattle/King County. Support is provided through our phone line, or through home visits. To learn more, download our Fussy Baby Network flyer in English, or Spanish.

For help, call (206) 906-9622  En Español: (206) 402-3972 or email us.

This program is offered in partnership with Erikson Institute, a graduate school in child development located in Chicago. To learn more about Erikson Institute, please click here.