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Dwayne Johnson Daughter: The Rock Captures Exact Moment His Baby Poos On Him

Gross, but ridiculously cute.

On Monday, Dwayne "The Rock shared a new photo of eight-month-old Jasmine on Instagram, showing how much she’s grown. In his caption, the dad-of-two shared a hilarious story about how his wee one pooped on him while they were having a serious father-daughter moment.

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“I had an amazing philosophical conversation w/ my baby girl about the value of hard work and how respect is given when it's earned,” the 44-year-old sweetly wrote. “I told her, ‘Baby girl when you grow up, you get out there and dent the universe thru hard work and sweat. And always make sure you do it in a positive way with class, dignity and respect.’

She responded by poo'ing on me in this moment as she plays her favorite game, ‘Drum time on daddy's big head.’ It was a good talk.”

Johnson and his longtime girlfriend Lauren Hashian welcomed baby Jasmine in December 2015. Since then, the new dad has shared sweet photos and stories about his little one on social media.

Just last week, for instance, The Rock shared a heartwarming video of his daughter playing her favourite game: “slap daddy's head 'til I can see his big scary face.”

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In the caption, the “Fast 8” star revealed that the song that’s playing, “O Tiare,” is one that he sings to his baby girl every day. “Samoan lyrics are beautiful, ‘Ia alofa le Atua, ma tausi ia te 'oe...’ which translates to ‘may God take loving care of you,’” he wrote.

“When Jasmine learns to talk, I'm sure she'll ask me to please stop singing,” he joked. “I must now go do something very manly and bad ass to counterbalance this post.”

Johnson has always been a proud papa. Besides Jasmine, the actor is also a dad to a 15-year-old daughter named Simone, who he had with ex-wife Dany Garcia.

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