Man Who Grew Up Without Dad Teaches Kids Basic Household Tasks That Aren’t Taught In School
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This dad certainly knows the best for every kid out there. Rob Kenney, a father-of-two has become a heart-melting YouTuber who makes videos purposely for guiding kids.
As someone whose dad walked out on him at the teen, Rob is presently using his channel, titled ‘Dad, How Do I’ to lecture young children on how to deal with basic household tasks.
His simple yet brilliant tutorials have since garnered over 2.1 million views and his channel has equally garnered over 1.3million going live in April 2019.
Rob had learned how to do these things on his own, and his recent YouTube series was motivated by his personal boisterous upbringing in Bellevue, Washington, where he grew up as one of 8 children.
Rob was abandoned with his dad after the decline of his parent’s matrimony, but that didn’t survive long as well. At age 14, he moved into his 23-Year-Old brother’s home after his dad revealed he doesn’t want kids around.
And after raising two kids of his own, who are presently well-adjusted adults, Rob reached a decision to share some insight from his past, most especially to those who are growing up in divided homes at the moment.
In an interview with Shattered Magazine in April, Rob explained that he had always wanted to create a series of instructional clips on basic task, including ironing of shirt and shaving but never found the time.
‘I had so many excuses, but while in lockdown, I totally ran out of excuses. I have been in thought of this for some time now.’ Rob said. On his channel, Rob added he would do his utmost best to provide useful content to many basic tasks.
In one of his most-watched clips, Rob demonstrated how to fix running toilets and the tutorial was undeniably a perfect mix of dad jokes and essential instruction.
Nevertheless, Rob recently shared a thank you clip to express his gratitude for his followers, and on noticing that some people are dubbing him the perfect dad, he addressed it saying he’s really just an internet father.