Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson Shows Off His Diaper Duty Skills

Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson Shows Off His Diaper Duty Skills
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Dwayne Johnson is on diaper duty thanks to his 7-month-old daughter and he has no problem showing off his diaper-changing skills. While enjoying some bonding time with little Jasmine on a private jet, the dad of two went into super-dad mode when it was time to give his daughter a change.

"Regardless of where we're at.. when #2 happens with my baby girl.. I'm the #1 man for the job "#TheWorkinMan #DaddysGotU #JustKeepPlayinWithYourToysMama #IWillDealWithMyBackSpasmsLater," Johnson captioned the snap, which showed him flashing his bulging tattooed biceps in a white shirt and jeans with a smile as he lifted up Jasmine's tiny legs to switch out her diaper without taking off his shades.

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While the Central Intelligence star doesn't post photos of Jasmine often, he does share snaps of the baby girl every now and then. In a sweet shot he shared on the 'gram a couple of months ago, the tiny tot can be seen palming his huge bicep in a striped top as she studies his tattoos.

After we feed her, Jasmine just loves looking at daddy's tattoos. I think it helps her digest😂. Can't wait to one day explain to her what all this means. Chat about her cultures (Samoan, Armenian, African American and Italian). And while these symbols may appear to be primitive, unsophisticated and crude - they're extremely sacred, thousands of years old and very powerful. My mana (strength). Ironically enough the symbol she's fixated on is our ATUA (our God) protected by the small building blocks of my life and then by shark teeth. Yuuuuup, we gonna have some good daddy/daughter chats. Until then she'll continue to use daddy's tattoos as a place to scratch, drool and spit up. #Tatua #PolyCulture #FaaSamoa #Respect #SpitUpOnDaddy #Yay

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"After we feed her, Jasmine just loves looking at daddy's tattoos," he captioned the photo. "I think it helps her digest. Can't wait to one day explain to her what all this means. Chat about her cultures (Samoan, Armenian, African American and Italian). And while these symbols may appear to be primitive, unsophisticated and crude—they're extremely sacred, thousands of years old and very powerful. My mana (strength). Ironically enough the symbol she's fixated on is our ATUA (our God) protected by the small building blocks of my life and then by shark teeth."

It's clear this little lady is a total daddy's girl.

 
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