Father’s Day, run a nostalgia trip through this unique YouTube channel ‘Dad, How Do I’

In April 2020, Rob Kenney, 55, started a YouTube channel called “Dad, how do I?” It features basic lessons that are stereotypically passed down from father to son, such as “how to shave your face” or “how to use a stud finder.” The channel grew from zero subscribers to 4.1 million subscribers in a matter of weeks.

Rob Kenny, a father of two, had a difficult childhood. Growing up in Bellevue, Washington in the 1970s, Rob learned that his father had left his parental responsibilities when he was a teenager.

“He took care of us, but he didn’t really want us,” Rob said in a recent interview with Shattered. “I think he was ready by then.” One day the situation peaked when his father told him that he no longer wanted to have anything to do with him or his siblings. “He said, ‘You know, I’m done having children,'” Rob explained. “You have to find out where these children are going because otherwise, I give them to foster families.”

Rob Kenney’s childhood was not easy. From an early age, she realized that her family was not like the others, with a father who did not love them and a mother who, a victim of the stress of raising 8 children alone thousands of miles from her loved ones, fell into the hands of alcohol.


  • “His father left when he was 12, now he has a channel on YT” Dad, How Do I? ” to help children who grow up without dads, ”Giselle Carmona wrote on Twitter, calling it“ the cleanest thing. ”
  • The YouTube channel was founded by Chicago native Rob Kenny to make every effort to provide useful practical content for the many basic tasks that everyone needs to know how to do, according to the About Me page.
  • Kenny went viral last week, and his story – that his father left him and his brother as teenagers and that his relationship with his alcoholic mother was strained – made his YouTube video even more moving. to the audience.
  • “I never wanted to be rich. I never wanted to be successful, “Kenny told Shattered in an April 29 interview. “My goal in life was to raise good adults – not good children, but good adults – because I had a broken childhood.”
  • Finally his father, tired of his family and in love with another woman, left them. Rob, who was 14 at the time, did not know or could not survive on his own, so he went to live with one of his older brothers who had just married at the age of 23.
  • Without a father or figure to teach him, Rob had to teach himself how to handle the various household chores, such as shaving, ironing a shirt, fixing a drain, or hanging a bookcase on the wall.
  • Years later he started a family and everything he learned he passed on to his children. Once he was older and with the emergence of the internet and social networks, he decided to help young people in a situation similar to the one he was experiencing.

Rob wanted to leave a legacy, especially for those struggling with a broken family or an absent father, and he decided to create the “Dad, How Do I?” channel, where he teaches different household chores.

In a short time, Rob has become a much-loved person on the internet, acting as a second father to thousands of people. Words like “I’m proud of you”, the title of his latest video, have reached deep inside since many have not even heard those important and valuable words from their own parents.

“You are a priceless treasure and we will protect you at all costs. Watching your videos has made me realize how foreign the idea of ​​a father being kind, loving, and caring is to me. My father is short-tempered and abusive, so The only emotion that made me feel was fear. Just thinking about how many children out there have parents as you excites me. I am so happy for them and now you are here to take care of others. Thank you, dad, from the Internet, “is one of the messages that you received in your last video.

Without knowing it, Rob has become the father that many needed, bringing a ray of light and hope to the internet, proving that this sometimes dark place can also be very kind.

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