About a year ago I published my first list of Pokémon trainers to follow. In that article I mentioned how much the family loves to watch other content creators have fun opening Pokémon merchandise.
That still stands today, a year later!
In the previous article, my curated list contained content creators that were for the most part family friendly, but didn't necessarily include the family. I thought that it might be fun to create a new curated list that included family friendly creators creating content as a family.
This list doesn't include every YouTube video blog that we follow related to Pokémon. As much as I'd like to include everyone on the list, it makes sense to keep it small. However, if you want to show up, share the page on Twitter and include your channel. It should automatically show up in the comments.
Aria and her parents, Ashley and Phil, release new Pokémon content a few times a week on her channel. Most of the content consists of English and Japanese booster pack opening in a live-stream format, but it also includes family gaming and other fun.
If you watch other Pokémon live-streams, there's a chance you already encountered Aria's mom, who goes by the username AshleyAriasMom, in the chat.
What makes the AriaQuinPlays channel stand out is the variety of Pokémon TCG products that they open, a lot of which are Japanese.
If you're interested in following Aria, check out her channel AriaQuinnPlays on YouTube and tell her who sent you!
Derick and the Dragonites
Derick has a fun channel where he opens product with his daughters, Lexi and Lainey. It brings me personal joy because I have fun doing the same with my daughter.
The Derick and the Dragonites gang do a lot of YouTube shorts where they open dollar store packs, something that isn't as easy to come by as you might think. With the diverse Pokémon merchandise and family fun, this is a channel worth adding to your subscription list.
Show "The Dragonites" some love and follow them on YouTube. If you've got the time, drop them a comment and tell them Poké Trainer Nic sent you.
The Amieon-Go channel is composed of mother and daughter PokéTubers that go by Amieon and Chloieon. I have yet to figure out if those are their real names or some spin on an Eevee evolution. Regardless it is wholesome content that's fun for the whole family.
Amieon and Chloieon do about a stream or recording per week, sometimes opening product, sometimes playing the Pokémon Trading Card Game Online (TCGO), sometimes doing something else.
Support the Amieon-Go family by following the channel on YouTube.
Ian with Ian
Ian with Ian is a father and son PokéTuber channel that streams live every couple of days with new Pokémon TCG content. The duo opens a lot of merchandise sent to them from other Pokémon families in the community, so the openings are always a fun mystery.
One thing I'd like to call out about this channel is that they have some really good audio and video in each of their streams. They put a lot of work into what they do and it shows.
Take a moment to subscribe to the Ian with Ian channel on YouTube and drop them a note about who sent you!
When we watch YouTube content we don't always make ourselves known because we're watching while cooking dinner or doing an activity where we can't engage in the chat. If you stumbled upon this list and found your name on it, know that we appreciate you.
Want to see the list from last year? Check out Pokémon Trainers to Follow, 2021 Edition and let me know what you think.
If you feel we missed a great family friendly content creator on the list, share the page on Twitter and tag the creator. It should show up in the mentions section to this article for others to see.