Something very embarrassing has happened and I am not sure what to do about it.
Over the last few months we've worked really hard to cultivate some friendships with other little girls my daughter's age (2.9) and she's really connected with one little friend, they just adore each other. We have only had playdates and adventures with the nanny, never the parents - who both work alot, travel and have other children. We have communicated to them through the nanny, and (they haven't been particularly receptive) but we planned on reaching out about meeting up at the beach this summer, but now I am not sure what to do.
So yesterday, DD and DH were having a playdate at their house. It was hot out and the kids were running around the back yard naked and jumping in and out of the pool - and my daughter, who is not yet pooping on the potty pooped in their backyard!
I know it's really not a big deal, but I was up most of the night worrying these parents will put the keibash on the friendship and think poorly of us. Mostly, I hate the thought of my DD losing her first little best friend. Basically, in the past I've been very judgemental and now it kills me thinking about my husband and child (and me by association) being judged. Do I just let the cards fall where they may and let these parents dictate the terms, do I reach out to them and say "hi, nice to meet you, sorry about my kid pooping in your yard?" pretend nothing happened - what?