Well it varies by how long do you watch her daily? Family is always a pain to work with but a decent rate would be anywhere from $8-10/hr. or to be nice, even just ask for around $50-70 a day.
Most likely the best area would still be housekeeping. Though it may not be IN your house, it still is your land/property.
It isn't really wrong to ask for more, your main duty was to keep her company and help around the house a little, and now your having to give her medication and become a nurse. It may sound like your being rude but honestly you didn't really sign... more
Most people usually would charge around $9-15/hr with variables. Since you are bringing/using your own supplies that can give you a little more breathing room for price, but maybe for newer people ask what they think would be a reasonable price, and try to work from there.
Light cleaning is mainly just dusting, folding laundry, some sweeping, and drying dishes. heavy cleaning is usually like vacuuming, bathroom cleaning, things with vigorous movement and require a lot of movement and bending,kneeling,ect.
the best thing to do is to put it in your bio, so that way people up front know that you have a child to bring along, some people get upset if you wait till a interview and tell them.
Well it mainly depends on how long it might take, since you are allowing them to use most of your cleaning supplies that helps greatly, a decent starting price usually would be at least $9/hr some people may charge more, but it varies.
It all varies from person to person, most people would have at least some basic supplies, but some may not let you use theirs. There are a few things you can substitute for until you can afford them. For example, you can use a old cloth shirt you don't... more