§48-1-235.2. Parenting functions defined.
"Parenting functions" means tasks that serve the needs of the child or the child's residential family. Parenting functions include caretaking functions, as defined in section 1-210. Parenting functions also include functions that are not caretaking functions, including:

(A) Provision of economic support;

(B) Participation in decision-making regarding the child's welfare;

(C) Maintenance or improvement of the family residence, home or furniture repair, home-improvement projects, yard work and house cleaning;

(D) Financial planning and organization, car repair and maintenance, food and clothing purchasing, cleaning and maintenance of clothing, and other tasks supporting the consumption and savings needs of the family; and

(E) Other functions usually performed by a parent or guardian that are important to the child's welfare and development.