The unpaid maid is someone who…
…takes care of your baby full-time by bathing her, changing her diaper, playing with her, feeding her, taking her out on walks, takes her to the doc when the need arises, and so forth.
…sweeps, vacuums and mops the floor.
…cooks your dinners and make sure that you at least have something to eat when you come home even though it may not be up to your liking.
…does the dishes that you conveniently leave in the sink (I wish it was a stone sink sometimes so that I can just bang my head on it in frustration) when you are supposed to wash them.
…cleans the place up so you don’t have to come home to a pig sty.
…goes grocery shopping and runs your errands for you while you’re at work WHILE babywearing your daugther.
She has no time to visit the hairdressers for a much needed haircut and often ends up napping while your daugther sleeps because she’s just too tired to do anything else (well, she could watch telly but there’s such a thing as too much of a “good” thing).
Her price tag?
In fact, all the unpaid maid asks for is just some help around the house and that you remember to hold up your end of the bargain – laundry, trash and dishes.