Fussy Baby Network

All babies cry, but some cry more than others. One in five babies is "fussy" - difficult to comfort, and may have trouble feeding and sleeping. For parents, caring for a fussy baby can be exhausting and frustrating. There is no quick fix - but there is help. Call Partners with Families & Children's Fussy Baby Network. This effective program for infants, developed by the Erikson Institute, is for parents who have concerns about their baby's temperment and behavior during the first twelve months of life.

Our objective is to help parents find more ways to soothe, care for and enjoy their baby, and link parents to other resources to support safe and positive parent-child relationships. Fussy Baby activities include in-home services, warm-line assistance and education. Fussy Baby Network services are provided to any parent or family.

For warmline assistance, please call (509) 473-4810