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BaffledByItAll wrote:

rhubarb93 wrote:So after watching the vlog where Hashtag dies and Ollie is literally at a loss for words and Bryan has to edit the shots to feed Ollie the lines, I'm realising how far behind he is in in not only language but also comprehension. Boston (Bonnie Hoellein) is 2 months older than Ollie but in terms of speech/language/comprehension is about 2 years ahead of Ollie. It is very worrying how little Ollie is able to communicate about the world around him, his thoughts and feelings, his experiences of things. He has no imagination or funny ideas or expression when he speaks. He is also very quick to say "idunno" when he asked a question or introduced to a new idea. Watch Boston in a recent video and you will be gobsmacked at the difference (he is of normal development). I know both boys have grown up in front of the camera, although Bonnie parents a hell of a lot better. Perhaps Ollie does have hearing problems and he desperately needs speech therapy or he will be behind for years to come.

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Again, as a preschool teacher I find it difficult not to comment when folks post stuff like this about any of the youtube kiddos. You cannot compare one child to another and determine from that whether a he or she is at a developmentally appropriate level for his or her age. I would say that Boston is well above his age in language and communication skills, and Boston is also well above his developmental range in social/emotional skills as well, even though he's sometimes whiny. Most of that likely comes from having siblings and also from the fact that Bonnie does encourage open ended questioning and discussion a lot (one thing I really enjoy about her parenting style). Ollie is definitely missing some speech sounds/mixing some speech sounds in certain words, but those speech sounds are present at other times and I don't see any evidence of a hearing issue at all. I do think it's disturbing and depressing that they are constantly clearly asking/directing him on what to say, but that doesn't mean he isn't talking outside of that direction (he may just being saying what they don't want to hear). I have serious doubts that he would qualify for any type of speech therapy at this point. I have had tons of children in my classroom over the years who are what we refer to as "quiet observers", they prefer to sit back and watch rather than constantly talk out. They do tend to be the sneaky ones, and the ones you have to keep an eye on and I could totally see that in him. And they definitely have a lot of parenting skills they can improve, but saying Ollie is way behind developmentally because you're comparing him to other kids is unfair. There are a few kiddos I can look at on YouTube and genuinely say "that child has a significant delay", Ollie isn't one of them.
I strongly disagree with this. (I am a SLP) Missy and Bryan have been stay at home parents since Ollie was born, have a seemingly infinite income to spend on resources like speech pathology, and plenty of time to practice with him. Most articulation errors dissipate by the time children are Ollie's age, even so, he has trouble producing sounds across all ends of the spectrum not just fricatives and affricates (typically the last sounds to develop during language accusation). Furthermore, he continues to omit speech sounds (ea-in for eating) and add sounds (additions are the rarest form of articulation errors) to the ends of words. Not to mention, he's social pragmatics, even for a four year old, are entirely off.

I'd get that kid evaluated immediately. It's bizarre to me how laid-back they are about this issue. Yes, there's a point where you
Can say "he's just a kid, he'll grow into his speech" (and as a matter of fact, around his 3rd birthday I can here with that exact argument) but that time is long gone.

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How Much Money Daily Bumps Makes On YouTube – Net Worth

(Last Updated On: January 14, 2021)


Daily Bumps is a daily vlogging family in California that consists of the dad Bryan, the mom Missy and their two sons Oliver and Finley. They also have an Australian Shepard dog called Karma and a Bengal cat called Zuri.They have an estimated net worth of $11 million. The channel started out when Missy started out to document her miscarriage and help other mothers with stillbirths. The channel videos are about their day to day life as they do different activities.

How Much Money Does Daily Bumps Earn On YouTube?

Daily Bumps has over 5 million subscribers as of 2021 growing by 200 new subs daily and has accumulated over 4 billion views since the channel was started. In a day, the videos in the channel cumulatively get around 470,000 views per day. This should result in an estimated revenue of around $3,700 per day ($1.3 million a year) from ads that run on the videos.

YouTube content creators based in the US, UK, Canada and Australia generally get paid $2 – $12 per 1000 monetized views after YouTube takes its cut. Monetized views usually range from 40% – 80% of the total views. All these are influenced by several factors like the device played on, time of the year, the location of the viewer, ad inventory, how many ads there are on a video, how many people skip the ads, type of advertisement, ad engagement, type of content, etc. The cost of an ad view is based on an auction between advertisers based on views. Advertisers have to bid a minimum of $0.01 per view.

There is also a program known as Google Preferred where deep-pocketed companies can target ads on the top 5% most popular content. The ad rates here are higher than normal. Apart from ads, YouTubers also generate extra from YouTube Red viewers who pay a monthly fee to view premium content on YouTube plus watch videos without ads. Here they get paid based on watch time on their videos. The longer the viewers watch their videos, the more money they earn.

The family makes extra income from selling merchandise such as shirts, posters etc. They also get paid tens of thousands of dollars to promote different products through their channel and social media pages. They have had deals promoting brands like Family Mobile, HP, Mattel and others.

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