@dhivyacc, Don't worry. Relax. You did everything you can to make them feel comfortable. Don't let your kindness to be converted into a weakness. It can happen only when you let it happen in your mind. When I was living in Pune in 1985 (I was 31 years old and my wife was 23 years old), my mom told that she was planning to visit us with my older brother, his wife and two daughters. We were happy. Later, we came to know that my uncle and aunt with their 4 children were likely to join as well on this trip of two weeks. When I came to know about it, I told my wife that makes a complete cricket team and my wife casually mentioned it to her Marati neighbor. Her son accidentally listened to the joke spoken by her mother in Marati to someone else, visited our house with an autograph thinking that it is the real Indian cricket team. My wife being 23 years old (just 2 years after our marriage) decided to consult an elderly Tamil lady living Pune for a long time how to handle the situation. She gave a calendar of what my wife needs to do for each breakfast, lunch and dinner. She also advised her to never let anyone get into her kitchen and asked her to handle everything herself. When the guests came, they came with so many flours and other preparations to indicate that my wife won't be able to handle 11 guests including (6 children). She handled it so nicely without a single hick up thanks to the advice from the elderly lady. All items brought by the guests were nicely packed and sent back with them. When I offered her to help, she asked me to stay away from the kitchen. I went to work everyday other than Sunday and they all stayed at home and visited various places from time to time. Luckily, we didn't have a child of our own at that time.