Dwayne Johnson's daughter, Jasmine, just turned four years-old, and the actor celebrated by sharing a touching message to her on Instagram.
He posted a photo of himself holding her, with the caption, "Can’t promise I’ll be here for the rest of your life, but you have my word I’ll love and take care of you for the rest of mine.Happy 4th Birthday, my Jazzy. And thank God you got your mama’s good looks. #therestofmine #birthdaygirl #daddyshands"
"This caption though. I’m not tearing up, someone cuttin onions around here," one person joked in the comments.
"Most priceless moments are those shared with our kids - wishing you all the best from our family to yours - Happy Birthday Little One!" another wrote.
"Oh goodness, don’t do things like that when I have raging post baby hormones," another said.
"I love this man I really wish there is more father's out there like this," a fourth person gushed.
It was the second Instagram post this week that Johnson has made about his daughter. On Monday, he posted a hilarious photo of Jasmine covering him in stuffed animals and laughing hysterically about it.
"At least my dinosaur is respected.We told Jazzy this past weekend that daddy’s movie, JUMANJI was a big hit and she screamed 'YAY let’s celebrate' so I said sure, baby. Cake? Cookies? Ice creeeeaaam?," he wrote. "She said, 'no daddy sit on the floor' and then proceeded to remind me that 'celebrating' means embarrassing the [crap] out of me. But I’d gladly trade it all for this level of four year old joy."
Jasmine's mom and Johnson's wife, Lauren Hashian, shared a birthday message of her own to their daughter. "Our sweet Munchie is 4 years old today," she wrote in her Instagram Story. "Just can't believe it...and every day is truly more amazing than the last."
Johnson is prone to posting heartfelt messages about her daughter. When she was born he wrote, "Kinda crazy but in this cool and powerful skin to skin bonding moment with my newborn baby Jasmine, I had just one wish I asked the universe... Give me the strength to be a better man today than I was yesterday.
"If I can accomplish that, then I'd have a good shot at being a great father. To all you young men out there who will be fathers one day, the goal of 'being better' will never steer you wrong. Trust me I've been down this road."