Poop, there it is!

By Hollee Actman Becker
September 06, 2016

While most stars used the Labor Day holiday as a prime opportunity to post cute beach pics on Instagram or share images of their kids decked out in their best Americana, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson decided to turn the day into a teachable lesson for his 8-month-old daughter, Jasmine.

The actor posted the most adorable pic of himself posing with his gorgeous girl up on his shoulders—just check out those amazing baby blues!—and then got pretty deep in the caption.

"In the spirit of Labor Day, I had an amazing philosophical conversation w/ my baby girl about the value of hard work and how respect is given when it's earned," he explained. "I told her, 'Baby girl when you grow up, you get out there and dent the universe thru hard work and sweat. And always make sure you do it in a positive way with class, dignity and respect.'"

Pretty awesome. Though it looks like Miss Jasmine may not have been entirely down with the chat sesh. Either that, or she thought her dad's advice was kind of, well, crappy.

"She responded by poo'ing on me in this moment as she plays her favorite game, 'Drum time on daddy's big head'," the Ballers star revealed.

How's that for class, dignity and respect?

Still, we don't feel too bad for the big guy—after all, he was recently named the world's highest-paid actor by Forbes.

"I can kick ass better than anyone on the planet," he told the magazine back in 2012. "And I have a decent smile."

True story. Here's hoping he also knows how to wield a baby wipe or 10.

Hollee Actman Becker is a freelance writer, blogger, and a mom. Check out her website holleeactmanbecker.com for more, and then follow her on Twitter at @holleewoodworld.

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