wait on somebody hand and foot

wait on (someone) hand and foot

To dote on someone and do everything that they want. I don't know if Tom's relationship with Jeremy is healthy. It seems like he's always waiting on him hand and foot. I hate the way Terrence waits on the boss hand and foot—what a toady!
See also: and, foot, hand, on, wait

wait on somebody ˌhand and ˈfoot

(disapproving) do almost everything for somebody, for example cook meals, bring everything they ask for, etc: My father expects my mother to wait on him hand and foot.
See also: and, foot, hand, on, somebody, wait