If there’s one thing Pink‘s gonna do while working, it’s make her work a family affair. During her last world tour, she brought her whole family along with her. Now with her upcoming Trustfall tour, Pink and Willow Hart, her 11-year-old daughter, are basically going to be co-workers.

During an appearance on TODAY, Pink confirmed that Willow and her son Jameson, 6, will be coming on board the Trustfall tour. But Willow won’t just be observing from the audience this time—she’s getting put to work!

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“Willow has a job on tour,” Pink said. “We just had to go over minimum wage and it’s different state to state.”

She also said she’s been teaching Willow how to negotiate better pay, a lesson most of us wish we learned in our younger years to prepare us for our adult years!

“I said it’s about $22.50 a show depending how long I go, if I run over,” Pink recalled. “She goes, ‘I’ll take $20. it’s easier to do the math.’ I’m like ‘That’s not how you negotiate for yourself.’ I’m like, ‘You’ll take $25 so it’s easier math.”

Where is the lie?

In a recent interview with PEOPLE, Pink said when she was a new mom she often dealt with naysayers lamenting her choice to become a parent.

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“When I had kids, people said, ‘Your career’s going to be over. How are you going to tour?'”

She also admitted that before deciding to have kids, she wasn’t all that sure she should become a mom.

“I did not know I was going to have a family. I didn’t picture that for myself because I was terrified I would be a terrible mother,” says Pink. “But, oh my God, being a mom is the most incredible thing I’ve ever done. It’s shocking how responsible I’ve become.”

And like all of us, she’s had to reconcile that the…wilder person she used to be pre-kids is now content being a Room Mom. (Happens to the best of us, Pink.)

“I was in charge of snacks for last week’s basketball game; I’m chaperoning Willow’s dance next Friday. . . . Who am I?” she joked. “But I love it.”