Dwayne Johnson & Lauren Hashian's Daughter Tiana Celebrates 2nd Birthday
Dwayne Johnson and his wife celebrated the birthday of their daughter in the sweetest way they could amid the ongoing novel coronavirus pandemic.
It was the second birthday celebration for Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson and his wife Lauren Hashian's youngest daughter, Tiana Gia Johnson's birthday, over the weekend.
Dwayne Johnson and wife Lauren Hashian arrive at the Premiere Of Sony Pictures' "Jumanji: The Next Level" held at TCL Chinese Theatre on December 9, 2019 | Photo: Getty Images
To celebrate the special day, the excited mom shared a sweet birthday tribute to their little girl, according to People.
Besides teaching Tia how to wash her hands, [Dwayne Johnson] has revealed how he and his wife have been enjoying the quarantine.
Along with an image of Tiana enjoying a Peppa Pig-themed birthday cake with "Tia," which is her nickname, written across it in pink frosting, the mother-of-two wrote:
"The little angel who came along and completed the picture. The sweetest baby girl in the whole world. Who can make your heart do fireworks."
It didn't take long before Lauren's followers gave the post over 90,000 likes and dropping their birthday prayers and wish for the adorable little tot.
The post came just some days after Dwayne revealed that Tia, who recently joined him for an Instagram video in which he did a sing-along with Maui, his character from "Moana," had no idea that her father and the cartoon character was the same person.
In the clip, Tia appeared blissful as she smiled while her father bounced her up and down during the sing-along of "You're Welcome." The actor had previously used the rap portion of the song to teach the 2-year-old to properly wash her hands.
In the video the Johnson shared, the little tot couldn't keep her eyes off her father as he sang to her about washing her hands as he changed one of his lyrics to "coronavirus has gotta go."
Besides teaching Tia how to wash her hands, the 47-year-old has revealed how he and his wife have been enjoying the quarantine. In an eight-minute video he uploaded via Instagram, Dwayne said:
"Certainly my relationship with my daughters, who are two... but it's also had a really positive effect on my relationship with my wife."
Despite the ups and downs, they have been through during the ongoing COVID-19 crisis, Johnson maintained that they tried to stay aware as a husband and wife even in the most challenging situations.