Neglect washing your hands for the size of the “Blissful Birthday” song. Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson has cooked up one thing approach cuter for his child lady within the identify of coronavirus-evading hygiene.
The 47-year-old actor taught his 1-year-old daughter, Tiana, to wash her hands to the tune of “You’re Welcome,” the hit rap from his 2016 Disney film “Moana.” Within the animated hit, The Rock carried out the song as his character Maui.
The song simply so occurs to be 20 seconds lengthy — the precise time the Facilities for Illness Management and Prevention recommends spending on sudsing up to gradual the unfold of the coronavirus.
Within the heart-melting video he shared to Instagram, an particularly large-looking Johnson, carrying solely a towel round his waist, holds tiny Tiana’s hands as she offers them the really helpful scrub.
“Our sheltering at house, pre-daddy’s-shower ritual,” Johnson wrote within the caption. “Earlier than my showers now, Child Tia (mama mia) calls for I sing the rap portion of my song ‘You’re Welcome’ from MOANA, whereas I wash her hands.”
“We realized a number of weeks in the past that the rap portion of the song is ideal timing when getting your little ones to have enjoyable washing their hands. Keep wholesome and secure, my associates.”
He additionally joked that his daughter has come to anticipate the efficiency.
“Gotta love how initially of this vid, child Tia is like, ‘simply shut your mouth and sing daddy,’ ” he writes.
Johnson, who welcomed the delivery of Tiana with his spouse, Lauren Hashian, has joined the remainder of us in self-isolation after manufacturing halted on his upcoming Netflix movie “Pink Discover.”
This isn’t the primary time he’s demonstrated a robust dad sport.
When Tiana was born, Johnson praised Hashian, saying he had a brand new stage of “love, respect and admiration” for his spouse after taking part in Tia’s delivery.
“Phrase to the clever gents,” he wrote in an Instagram caption accompanying a photograph of himself holding his new child. “It’s important to be by your woman’s head when she’s delivering, being as supportive as you’ll be able to.. holding hands, holding legs, no matter you are able to do. However, for those who really need to perceive the one strongest and primal second life will ever supply – watch your little one being born. It’s a life changer and the respect and admiration you’ve got for a girl, will without end be boundless.”