My IL's are coming in a week. In the past we have had to tell them to wash their hands after using the bathroom because they just don't.: (they don't even have soap in their bathroom at their house and don't wash their hands even after using public toilets - ew!!) When they visited before, I would go into the bathroom each time they used it to find the sink dry as a bone and gently remind them to please wash their hands because we have a baby. Now we have 2 babies. And the spare room has moved from upstairs to the basement, where they have their own bathroom. I want to somehow remind them that it's not okay to use the potty without washing their hands, but not sure how to do that now. It really only bothers me this much because we have a nb and a toddler who don't need to get sick from their poor hygiene. I was thinking of putting a "house rules" sign in their bathroom stating that it is house rules to wash with soap and water each time you visit the bathroom and thanks for complying. Or sending them an email before they come telling them to bring warm clothes and oh...by the way, please remember to wash your hands while you are here since we have a new baby. Am I just being dumb? Would you let it go or would you enforce a handwashing rule in your home? I'm embarrased (for them) that I even feel the need to make a deal about it.