dirtyhippiegirl, BSN, RN 1,571 Posts Specializes in PDN; Burn; Phone triage. Has 8 years experience. Feb 28, 2012 Bump.I've been doing PDN since June and had my first obligated housekeeper duties.Actually, REALLY nice family. I was doing a twelve hour overnight. Mom's like "hey, here's some clothes if you want to fold and put away and some bottles to wash. But only if you want to! I know a lot of my overnight nurses ask for things to do so..." Had kind of a hard shift with the baby (my first real young one -- I usually do toddlers, which I love. Babies are hard!) I washed the bottles that I used, plus his breathing tx stuff, etc. Mom comes in about an hour before my shift ends and is like "please wash the baby's bottles before you go off." So I end up washing probably two day's worth of baby bottles for my patient, PLUS his (normal) twin's bottles. Which, normally I wouldn't mind doing, but mom knew I'd had a difficult night. On top of which, mom made it sound like the extra bottles in the sink were baby X's ---) they weren't, they were his twin brothers' bottles, who does not need nursing care.