Dwayne Johnson’s 2-Year-Old Daughter Painted His Fingernails
This photo is adorable!
Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson’s status as a loving dad is well-established by now. Whether he’s feeding his girlfriend while she breastfeeds their daughter, having some morning conversation with his baby or singing to his daughter on her birthday, the actor loves to show how being a supportive family man is just as important as his career.
Now, Johnson is once again showing off what a caring and fun dad he is with an adorable photo on Instagram of him getting a manicure courtesy of his 2-year-old daughter, Jasmine Lia:
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Me: Come here baby, give daddy a kiss I gotta go to work. Jazzy: But daddy you need your nails painted. Me: Sorry baby, daddy’s gotta go to wor Jazzy: No daddy you really need your nails painted – as she looks up at me with her mama’s gorgeous blue eyes. Me: Yes, you’re absolutely right – daddy needs his nails painted. #PapaBearPriorities #NoRemoverNeeded 💅🏾
Alongside the photo of his daughter painting his nails a gorgeous shade of red, the “Moana” star explained the conversation that led to the impromptu mani:
“Me: come here baby, give daddy a kiss I gotta go work. Jazzy: But daddy you need your nails painted. Me: Sorry baby, daddy’s gotta go to work Jazzy: No daddy you really need your nails painted – as she looks up at me with her mama’s gorgeous blue eyes. Me: Yes, you’re absolutely right- daddy needs his nail painted. #PapaBearPriorities #NoRemoverNeeded.”
How adorable! It sounds like little Jasmine really has her dad wrapped around her finger.
Johnson and his girlfriend, Lauren Hashian, also have a 5-month-old daughter, Tiana Gia. Johnson is also dad to 17-year-old daughter Simone from a previous relationship.
Family is extremely important to Johnson and he often posts about them on social media. Last year, he surprised his father, Rocky Johnson, with a brand new Ford Explorer and shared a sad, but ultimately uplifting, story about his father’s life:
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Bought my dad a Christmas gift and surprised him. He's had a hard life. This one felt good. My dad, Rocky Johnson is a minimalist. Always has been. Never asks me for much and over the years his needs are always the barest. Crazy story, my dad's dad died when he was 13yrs old. That Christmas, my dad's mom had her new boyfriend over for Christmas dinner. Her boyfriend got drunk and pissed on the turkey. My dad went outside, got a shovel, drew a line in the snow and said if you cross that line I'll kill you. The drunk crossed it and my dad laid him out cold as a block of ice. Cops were called. They told my dad's mom that when her boyfriend regains consciousness, he's gonna kill your son so one of them has got to go. In front of the entire family, my dad's mom looked at him and said get out. He was 13yrs old and now homeless. That f*cked up true story happened in Amherst, Nova Scotia, Canada in 1954. He needed the bare minimum then, just like does now. Over the years, I've moved him into a big home, got him trucks to drive – which he'll literally drive into the ground until I get him something else. Hell, I'll get him anything he wants, but the SOB just won't ask;). Every Christmas, I always think about that story and my dad having every odd stacked against him at 13, but he fought thru it and still made something of himself. Makes me appreciate his struggle and hard work. Also, makes me appreciate the fun times he would beat my ass in the gym so bad when I was 13 and say "If you're gonna throw up, go outside.. and if you're gonna cry, then go home to your mother". I hated it then, but I embrace it now. Made a man outta me. Without pissing on my turkey. 😂👍🏾. Just a small way of saying thank you dad and Merry Christmas! #DwantaClaus🎅🏾
“Just a small way of saying thank you dad and Merry Christmas!” he wrote.
Previously, Johnson had also gifted his Uncle Tonga, a former wrestler, with a Ford F-150 truck as a “thank you” gift for lending him a pair of wrestling shorts a long time ago.
What an amazing family man!