Dwayne Johnson has become his daughters' unofficial art project.
The Jumanji star, 50, posted a video on Instagram on Sunday that revealed his two young daughters, Tia, 4, and Jasmine, 6, drew all over his face in black marker. Staring at the camera and surveying the damage, Johnson gave a thumbs up as he revealed the black mustache, beard, unibrow and earrings the little girls covered his face with.
"Yup, then this happened. It was quite the challenge to lay in bed this morning pretending to still be fast asleep while tiny footsteps come running in, giggling and whispering … then slowly but not subtly crawl on my bed — and proceed to draw on my face," Johnson, who also has a 20-year-old daughter, Simone, captioned the post. "They’re 6 & 4 so when they draw they jab as hard as they can like they’re giving me a COVID test thru my face. I thought they were finished until one says to the other, 'Let’s give Daddy a unibrow...' which they clearly proceeded to do."
The former wrestler added that the girls laughed "like little devils" as they ran out of the room.
In the comments, Johnson's wife, Lauren Hashian, joked, "Don’t forget the little earrings they gave you too!"
Johnson loves spending time with his little ones. Back in April, he uploaded a video of himself and the youngest of his three daughters — "lil tornado Tia" — singing along to country singer-songwriter Dale Watson's "Daughter's Wedding Song." The tune is about a dad giving away his daughter on her wedding day.
"One day I’ll proudly give her away to whoever she decides to marry," he wrote in the caption. "My only wish is for that person to be a kind, loving, good quality human being. She’s only 3 now, but I know one day down the road, hanging out and singing with Daddy won’t be cool anymore so I’ll embrace these moments while I can get ‘em — where she sings in the cutest high notes and I continue to sing in keys that don’t exist. With our babies, life moves fast. We gotta live it with all we got."
Last year, Johnson spoke to Fatherly about the kind of father he strives to be.
"With my daughters, especially my younger daughters, the intention is to just be a good dad and be there," he said. "That means taking them to school every morning, picking them up, taking them to soccer, being that dad.”
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