The YouTube experience doesn’t end for my kids after I take away their iPads.
It follows them everywhere: when they’re playing with toys, riding in the backseat of our car or roaming the supermarket aisles.
That’s because the two have developed a habit of living out their lives as if there’s an imaginary camera trained on them, just like their favorite YouTubers.
“Dad is making a right turn now,” my 5-year-old son Jack will say as he newscasts the ride to school to a fictional audience.
“Don’t forget to subscribe,” his sister Ella, 6, will often interject -- again, to no...