As long as your ip rotates less often than every 3 hours, you can be of some use. That's about how often the consensus is updated.
However, generally speaking, you should probably set up a static IP. If you keep switching ips, you will become unreachable a lot, and never get the "stable" flag and potentially gain the "not recommended" flag
If needed, consider running a bridge. A dynamic ip would be less harmful there.
Personally, I recommend running a VPS or dedicated server in a data center with a dedicated ip - most hosting provider offer one or more for free with a plan. Running a relay on a personal network is usually not recommended, as a lot if ISPs limit Tor relays and it isn't as anonymous