If you ever find yourself in this situation, DO NOT remove the door handle like I did- it makes things much more difficult. Thankfully, my phone was not in the bedroom as I originally feared, and I called Ben in absolute tears (I should note, however, that Audra was having the time of her life- she thought this was all quite hilarious). He tried to talk me through what I needed to do, but I was clueless. Obviously, I did not get the mechanical skills gene from my father. Ben called his mom, and she tried to help- again, I was hopeless. I called my dad, and he tried to help (and he also laughed at me and commented on the "joys" of having children). Finally, Ben decided to come home and help me and Audra out.
Being the hero Ben is, it took him about 30 seconds to get the door open. Thank goodness for husbands! Audra thought it was WONDERFUL that daddy was home, and cried for 15 minutes after he left because she wanted him to stay. But, I was able to stop crying because not only was my daughter ok- she also didn't go to the bathroom all over the bedroom!
Ben, the conquering hero!