There should be no expectation, and I don't think it would be improper either for money to exchange hands in the event that a grandparent does babysit.
Expected? I don't think so. If the circumstances require the assistance and no other resources are available then grandparents can be asked. The key to this question is the word "expected". Particularly is the grandparents are in retirement mode nothing should be expected.
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