First World Problems is played out, so - not even problems. Problems of privilege, if you will. I think I want to fire our cleaning lady but I don't know if my expectations are unrealistic. Also I hate firing people. Background: our house is about 1250 sq ft, a 3-bed 2-bath ranch. We are slobs. We try to keep shit put away but there's a lot of our stuff that's always just, there. I paid her $160 to deep clean when she started and $75 every two weeks. Shit got out of hand when C was born so I was ok paying someone to just clean it all and now keep it clean. My issues: I had to ask her to clean the baseboards and the master shower after she "deep cleaned." Her response was she got some of them. Today (she was there yesterday) I can see that the master shower is still scummy all around the outside of the bottom. She usually just shoves all my toiletries to one side of the counter, but yesterday didn't even pick up/move a couple pairs of earring that had fallen off my earring hanger thing. There is a small drawer cart in our bedroom. It used to have my breast pump on it but now it's just blocking the dog and baby from getting at my nightstand. She never moves it to vacuum. She also didn't move the nightstands to vacuum when she deep cleaned, so it's still super dusty behind them. I'm also almost certain she never picks up rugs when she mops. C stuck a rattle under his rug in his nursery and it was still there after she cleaned. The bathroom mat is always wet afterwards, and the front hall rug was still crooked.