Apparently, it takes time and practice for the male species to direct their pee-streams with the kind of expertise they have by adulthood. Once your boys start going to the toilet by themselves, you’re going to see puddles of pee on the floor, behind the toilet, on the wall, and all over the seat they “forgot” to lift up. Having a bathroom that smells of pee all the time will get old fast and you will have so many moments of frustration with it, but try not to lose your mind with the stress of regularly walking into a bathroom that’s covered in urine! The best way around this issue is keep gently reminding your boys to try harder to aim strict for the toilet and having them help clean it up. Try getting a bulk order of Clorox wipes, and keeping them at the ready in your bathroom for a quick clean up. I hope you can take some comfort in the fact that once your son starts being able to pee standing up, they’ll rarely have to sit on a dirty public toilet seat!