This week’s for the Dads Doing It Right series I wanted to share with you some fun dad YouTube channels. These guys can help with DIY projects, make you laugh and share some insight to fatherhood. If there are any other dads that you think we should check out leave their name and info in the comment section below.
The Dad Network – YouTube Dad Community
The Dad Network links up with talented dad vloggers to show what real fatherhood looks like. They talk about the joys and the struggles. Their show offers unique, direct and useful parenting perspective. Not only do they seek to bring engaging, practical and emotional content to our audience but they also supports and encourages new vloggers to develop their own skills and creativity. The Dad Network Video is all about bringing a real, honest and fresh perspective on parenting from dads with different experiences who all share their unique take on parenting.
Dad, How Did I Do? – Rob Kenney
Rob Kenney’s father left him and his seven siblings when he was fourteen years old. He wished that he had someone who could teach him the basics like how to tie a tie, jump-start a car, unclog a drain as well as to succeed in life. But he and his siblings had to figure these things out on their own. Now a father himself, Rob decided that he would help people out by providing how-to tips as well as advice and even throw in some bad dad jokes. He started a YouTube channel for anyone looking for fatherly advice, and in the course of three months, gained a following of nearly 2.5 million subscribers, with millions of views for his how-to and inspirational videos.
How To Dad – Jordan Watson
Jordan Watson is married and has two young daughters. He created his first hilarious video ‘How to hold a baby’ for a mate who was about to be a Dad for the first time. That video went viral, and since then his videos have been shared hundreds of thousands of times, around the world. You will really enjoy his hilarious videos.
This video channel features brothers-in-law who have shared the journey of fatherhood over the past few years. In addition to sharing deep family ties, they share a passion for helping kids, figuring out how to improve things and become better fathers, and helping other dads do the same. They create in-depth baby and kid product reviews, videos that give you important parenting information and ways to improve life for your kids and you.