The Rock is one of the most beloved celebrities in Hollywood. If his flashy smile doesn't lure you in, his big heart will.
The Jumanji actor isn't afraid to show his soft side to the world, which might be the reason why he has more than 100 million followers on Instagram.
And like everyone we love, we want to make sure that they and their family are doing well.
Dwayne Johnson became the talk of 2015 when his girlfriend, Lauren Hashian, gave birth to a beautiful baby girl.
He warmed our hearts when he posted a photo with Jasmine four months after her birth.
"[W]hat inspires me the most is always waitin' for me to walk through my front door when I come home," he wrote in that Instagram post. "Happy four month birthday Jasmine! One day you'll know just how happy, proud, lucky and blessed you, your sister and your mama make me. You'll also thank me one day for your toughness and your mama's everything else."
It's evident that the love for his family truly has no bound, and after a "scary" incident on the weekend involving his now two-year-old daughter, he has a heartwarming message to all those that helped him through such a traumatic night...
In a heartfelt video, Dwayne had a message for his fans, parents, and all the people who helped his family while they spent all Saturday night in the emergency room.
"Something happened to me and my family that I would never want to happen to you guys out there, but of course, emergencies do happen," he began, while recording the video mid-workout.
The Rock thanked everybody who was involved, the doctors, nurses, 911 operator, Los Angeles fire department, first responders, and the UCLA medical team for being "so caring and compassionate and responsive."
He also has an important message to share to parents who may also find themselves in a similar situation in the future:
"When emergencies like this happen, I just highly recommend that you stay as calm and focus as possible, because our little babies energetically pick up on what we're putting out - especially in times of stress."
While we're not sure what baby Jasmine went through, the "scary" incident is behind her, and her father says she's doing okay.