No. A landlord cannot force a woman to move out simply because she is pregnant, nor can families be evicted because their baby cries. Fair housing laws recognize that three people can share a one-bedroom apartment. Any remaining bedrooms can have up to two people in each bedroom. If the addition of a new baby will not exceed the occupancy limits, then it is illegal for a landlord to require a tenant who has a baby to move out.
In addition, a landlord cannot force a family with a new baby to move out because the landlord is worried that a crying baby will upset neighbors. Neighbors are required to put up with the sounds of crying babies. Federal law protects families of newborn babies. If a landlord threatens to evict a family because their baby cries too much, or cries at odd hours, then the landlord has violated fair housing laws. Babies are allowed to cry at any hour and a landlord is required to put up with it.