You can make those puppydog eyes as large as you want in that thumbnail sweetheart, and your husband can go back and get every shirt in his wardrobe pooped on in DC - ain't going to receive any of my pitty. People over a million subs should keep their mouths shut during a time like this (and most of them are, because they know they are what led to the over-inflation of the kids niche). We're sorry that your upcoming (and extraneous) channel which you put a hundred grand into developing is going to not be in the most ideal of circumstances for success, but the reality is that those who took this niche overboard (see also - Ryan) and through pure greed monetized their children's childhood are the reason that the spotlight is on us. Kids don't understand an alternate "normal" life when they haven't had the opportunity to experience it, Loann and Shion. Of course Ryan is going to say that he likes doing what he is doing - he knows nothing else. I have a pretty strong stance on involvement of children in a video. If your child is actively enjoying the experience, passively playing, and you are merely capturing the moment, that is one thing. If there's a shot, and I mean even one shot, where you are instructing your kids to watch a non-existent fake rocket that your editors will overlay in post-production, well congratulations, you have just passed the welcome sign to dollarville. I hope that those kids are adequately home-schooled. I'm sure their loyal fanbase would say yes. Admittedly maybe I am being too harsh, but at the very least, don't put your face in a camera and look for pitty.