DH picked Steph up on Friday. She was sitting down, and when she saw him, said "Daddy, I went poo." She was wet and poopy (runny, so ALL over). We have no idea how long she was sitting like that, but she never does both at once, unless this is a new thing for her. The worker started changing her in front of all the kids, which there were a LOT. She said, according to DH "Do you smell that? You don't like that smell, do you? It's stinky." So all the kids had gathered around and were now saying "Ewww, stinky". DH gets what she was doing, but Steph is kind of sensitive, and she felt pretty bad about it.
So, I wanted to go to the director this morning to let her know we weren't happy with how it was handled. DH wants me to wait until I pick her up and talk to the teacher. If the worker was there this morning, I would have spoken to her then, but she isn't there for a couple hours after DD is dropped off. I want to get this handled as soon as I can so Steph doesn't feel shamed for an accident, which ended up being a quick bug that made her sick, not just an accident. Which way would have been the best to have handled it?
It turned out to be a non-issue as the director was not there this morning. She is taking a day off (well-deserved, I'm sure).