Now, I could just be too picky, but it really doesnt look like the lkitchen floors were mopped and the kitchen baseboards definitely weren't thoroughly cleaned. I still feel like I have about an hour or two of cleaning to do to get the house truly clean. Now, that being said, they were here for almost four hours (two people), so it's not as if they didn't spend the time. I just think there might be different standards of clean.
The trouble is, I am a total Monday Morning Quarterback. I am not a great cleaner myself, but I do know what good looks like. Don't you love people like that (heavy sarcasm here)? I just don't always know how to acheive it myself. What I do know is that I don't have the energy for deep cleaning right now, so I am probably not the best person to be picky about someone else doing it
I don't have an update on my friend's baby yet. They are going to be going in for a follow up appointment today and I should know more soon.
Edited: The person who I had e-mailed called me within about an hour of me sending the e-mail and agreed that it is not right for there to be that much left over dirt. She is going to send out her quality control person to finish the job tomorrow morning. I also realize what a spoiled lil' housewife I probably sound like in this post, but one thing I hate is to waste money. Not that it was wasted completely. The house looks MUCH better than it did and I didn't have to clean it. I felt like a pretty pampered princess as they were cleaning and I got to focus all of my attention on Will. So. . . worth it, yes, but I am glad they are coming to fix the areas that didn't get quite done.