• Meals, Naps and Hygiene
o Planning meals, preparing food, and feeding the children.
o Making homemade food. In general, we do not feed processed food to the children o Keeping the kitchen area clean and orderly, and cleaning up after the children’s meals
throughout and at the end of the day.
o Grocery shopping for the children as necessary (post Covid-19)
o Aligning with parents on nap schedule and ensuring consistent naps
o Changing diapers and potty-training if age-appropriate
o Children’s laundry. Washing, folding, putting away
o Shopping for children’s clothes or other needs as appropriate (post Covid-19)
• Children’s Environment
o Organizing the children’s bedrooms and ensuring they are neat and orderly each day o Organizing the children’s playroom and/or play areas and ensuring they are neat and
orderly each day.
o Teaching the children to clean up after activities and keep the house orderly.
o Keeping the diaper changing stations clean, orderly and stocked. And emptying the
diaper pails as required.
• General household – as time permits
o Light cleaning when time permits, in particular for the children’s common play areas o Sharingtheresponsibilitieswithotherhouseholdmembersonkeepingthecommon
areas of the home neat, clean and orderly
o Keeping your quarters in the home clean and sanitary.
O With both parents working from home, there will be times when we are available to
relive you of your child supervision responsibilities during your work hours. During these times, and occasionally outside of normal work hours we may ask you to perform tasks to assist the family. This could include tasks such as running errands, engaging with service providers, meal prep, helping to organize the house for an activity, etc.
• Other expectations
o When transporting the children, we will expect you to drive one of our vehicles. Other
than that, we expect you will drive her own vehicle.
o Under no circumstances do we, nor should you, ever physically discipline the children. o There may be times when one or both parents are around during your agreed work
hours. When this happens we expect you to continue to be responsible for the children, even if the parents are around and not leave the room or take up other activities, unless one of the parents specifically tells you we are taking charge of one or both of the children.
o During agreed work hours when you are on duty and responsible for the children, we expect you to be focused on the children and not engaged in other activities such as: ? Generally, not make calls on the phone, with the exception of short calls that
are necessary to be made while watching the children.
? Not use the phone for watching videos or TV, using social media apps, etc. ? Not watch TV or have the TV’s on