Dwayne Johnson Adorably Teaches Daughter to Wash Her Hands Using 'Moana' Theme Song
In an adorable video, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson could be seen teaching his daughter Tiana Gia how to wash her hands while employing a song from one of the movies he featured.
Having an enjoyable moment with one's child is one of the best things that could happen to a parent. It could range from giving piggyback rides to pushing their bikes or even a small task such as washing one's hands.
With the outbreak of the coronavirus and the lockdown that followed, people are making sure to stay healthy and safe by self-isolation and maintenance of proper hygiene.
In lieu of this, Dwayne Johnson decided to teach his daughter how to properly wash her hands while letting parents know that they can also employ his tactics.
"A fun way to teach them (in addition to the ABC's) is singing the rap portion of my song 'You're Welcome' from MOANA."
After saying this, Dwayne then proceeded to wash Tiana's hands thoroughly while singing the rap part of his song from "Moana." The excited toddler seemed to be enjoying the moment as she could not sit still.They view him as just a regular father.
While Dwayne sang his part precisely the way it was in the movie, he, however, changed some parts of the lyrics of the chorus, saying "the coronavirus has got to go" as opposed to the original lyrics.
After they were done scrubbing their hands, Dwayne then urged Tiana to tell everyone to stay healthy, a line the toddler happily repeated.
Although the original video is no longer on the actor's story, the copy posted by Entertainment Tonight had quite a lot of comments about the sweet act. While some expressed that Dwayne needed to be more conservative with water, others said it was a pure delight watching the duo. Someone said:
"Love! What a good daddy you are. My daddy was very sweet, like you. And I am 64yrs and have 5 grandkids!"
Being a father to three adorable daughters, Dwayne always ensures that he has time for his kids despite his busy schedule. There have been moments wherein with all his muscles and build, he has sat down to enjoy tea with his daughter.
While he might not be able to get Tiana to say, "Daddy is the best," it is certain that the girls would grow up knowing the love their father had for them.
We at AmoMama do our best to give you the most updated news regarding the COVID-19 pandemic, but the situation is constantly changing. We encourage readers to refer to the online updates from CDC, WHO, or Local Health Departments to stay updated. Take care!