He’s slowly making his social media return! Rob Kardashian has remained out of the public eye for years, but he’s been laying low more than usual ever since his revenge porn scandal last summer when he went on a social media attack against his baby mama Blac Chyna. But now that he’s distancing himself from all of the drama, he’s putting himself out there more and on Saturday, Jan. 13, Rob took to Twitter to ask fans to follow him on Snapchat, which could be an indication that he plans to be more active on the social networking app.

Rob tweeted his Snapchat username and he shared a sequence of snaps featuring his one-year-old daughter Dream — whom he shares with Chyna. In the first snap, Dream looked adorable as she played in a toy car and she even said “Dada!” Watch the video below to see the cute clip!

The doting “Dada” also shared cute photos of Dream with Snapchat filters on his story — which is the most active he’s been on Snapchat in a while. In the months since his revenge porn attack against Chyna, Rob has limited his social media use to only Twitter and Snapchat — but don’t expect a full return yet. So far, Rob doesn’t share any details about his personal life and he never shares any videos or photos of himself. He only shares posts that have to do with baby Dream or promoting his sock line, Arthur George.

It’s so great to see Dream is so happy and well-taken care of, especially considering all of the drama that is going on between her mom and dad. Chyna is continuing to seek revenge on the Kardashian family after Rob shared revenge porn of her on social media and she filed a lawsuit against the famous reality TV family for ruining her career. The Kardashians responded by asking a judge to throw out the case, but sources exclusively revealed to Life & Style that Chyna is hellbent on making the family pay for what they did to her.

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“Chyna is absolutely livid,” an insider said. “She refuses to be bullied by Rob and the family and will do whatever it takes to win the case.”