Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson Does Diaper Duty: 'I'm the #1 Man for the Job'
"#IWillDealWithMyBackSpasmsLater," the famous tough guy joked next to a photo of him changing daughter Jasmine
Even dirty diapers don’t faze Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson.
Johnson took to Instagram Thursday to give a glimpse into his everyday daddy duties with his 7-month-old daughter Jasmine — and prove that his parenting skills are on point no matter the time or place.
“Regardless of where we’re at … when #2 happens with my baby girl … I’m the #1 man for the job,” the actor and wrestler, 44, joked, sharing a photo of himself flashing a grin while changing his baby girl.
Along with smiling, strong-arm and “100” emojis, Johnson good-naturedly added the hashtags, “#TheWorkinMan,” “#DaddysGotU,” “#JustKeepPlayinWithYourToysMama” and “#IWillDealWithMyBackSpasmsLater.”
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Johnson frequently uses social media to offer insight into his life as a father to both Jasmine and his 14-year-old daughter Simone.
“To all you young men out there who will be fathers one day, the goal of ‘being better’ will never steer you wrong,” he included in the caption next to the first photo he posted of a newborn Jasmine resting on her dad’s chest.
“Trust me. Something else that’ll never steer you wrong is ‘walking thru the fire’ with your baby’s mama.”
Jasmine is Johnson’s first child with longtime partner Lauren Hashian, while Simone is his daughter from a previous marriage.
“I realized being a father is the greatest job I have ever had and the greatest job I will ever have,” the Moana star said in November. “I always wanted to be a great dad. I always wanted to give Simone things that I felt I never got.
“Throughout the years, throughout the ups and downs, I’ve realized that the most important thing that I could do with my daughter is lead our life with love,” he added. “Not success, not fame, not anything else but, ‘I’m always here for you. I love you.’ ”
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