YouTube has certainly changed the way that we share and view family video. Not only can our friends and relations, living near and far enjoy our family stories, we can share them with people from across the globe.
COPPA – The Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act came to be in 1998 to protect children’s identities and provide a safer environment for youngsters under the age of thirteen on the Internet. On January 1, 2020, the Federal Trade Commission began enforcing the rules for YouTube channels and content. There has been quite a bit of chatter online about how this will affect the future of the content, creators, and YouTube itself. It can be quite confusing as some of the rules are rather vague.
2 In A Zoo – Meet the Chandler Family, dad Mike is a pastor and mom Melanie homeschools their four children Caleb, Cadence, Logan, and Timmy. In 2019 baby Daisy joined the family.
Fathering Autism – The channel was inspired through a family’s battle against the stigma of ASD (autism spectrum disorder) with a first-hand look into the reality of life for the Maass family
Family Fizz – This British vegan family invites viewers to follow along their many adventures at home and abroad.
Fooly Living – This daily vlogging family plays it as it is, keeping it real with the ups-and-downs that come with family living.
JesssFam – Jessica began as a lifestyle vlogger more than nine years ago, as a teen mom, sharing her journey to a house full of kids.
LaBrant Family – With some four-billion views to their channel it is likely that Cole and Savannah rank among YouTube’s top “sweetheart” couples.
Lulastic & the Hippy Shake – Lucy Aitken Read is a typical modern hippy mama who claims her parenting style probably belongs in a cave with a tribe!
Special Books for Special Kids – Special Books For Special Kids (SBSK) isn’t actually a family channel in the traditional sense. I see it as a community made up of so many inspirational members.
The Radford Family – Parents Noel and Sue are raising England’s biggest brood in their home at Morecombe, Lancashire where Noel works in the family-owned pie bakery, and mom Sue is a stay-at-home mom.
LadBaby – LadBaby and family are Mark Hoyle, wife Roxanne, and young sons Phoenix and Kobe. The channel began in 2016. with a focus on parenting hacks and budgeting tips, most with a fun amount of comedy.
JJ Time – JJ Time are John and Jody, parents of two young boys and a baby daughter.
The family shares their happenings, challenges, and accomplishments.
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