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As one of Hollywood's biggest stars, there's a lot to love about Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson.

But according to one Instagram, it may just be his impressive tattoos that daughter Jasmine Johnson can't get enough of.

While enjoying Memorial Day weekend, the Baywatch and Fast & Furious 8 star took a break from filming to spend some quality father-daughter time. Along the way, his youngest child with Lauren Hashian couldn't help but have her eyes glued to his ink jobs.

"After I feed her, Jasmine just loves looking at daddy's tattoos. I think it helps her digest," he shared on Instagram Sunday morning. "Can't wait to one day explain to her what all this means. Chat about her cultures (Samoan, Armenian, African American and Italian). And while these symbols may appear to be primitive, unsophisticated and crude - they're extremely sacred, thousands of years old and very powerful."

He continued, "My mana (strength). Ironically enough the symbol she's fixated on is our ATUA (our God) protected by the small building blocks of my life and then by shark teeth."

Ever since welcoming his adorable family member last Christmas, the actor has been vocal about how he hopes to raise his daughter.

And while he may appear to be a buff, intimidating A-list actor, when it comes to his family, The Rock can't help but be a softy.

"I had just one wish I asked the universe... Give me the strength to be a better man today than I was yesterday," he recently wrote on social media. "If I can accomplish that, then I'd have a good shot at being a great father."

Something tells us you are well on your way, sir.

"Yuuuuup, we gonna have some good daddy/daughter chats," he concluded. "Until then she'll continue to use daddy's tattoos as a place to scratch, drool and spit up. #Tatua #PolyCulture #FaaSamoa #Respect #SpitUpOnDaddy #Yay."

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