A Georgia man became an inspiration for many after a video of him comforting his newborn baby at the doctor's office went viral Tuesday. 

According to reports, Antwon King Lee of Warrenton took his 2-month-old son, Debias King, to the pediatrician on Oct. 26 to get his vaccination shots. The video shows Lee holding Debias and speaking words of comfort as the nurse administered him the shots. 

The video was recorded by his girlfriend Shamekia Harris her smartphone and was uploaded to Facebook by Lee that same day. It has since gone viral, garnering almost 13 million views and 117,000 comments on Facebook at the time of publishing this article. 

Lee can be seen comforting Debias, asking him to “stay strong,” and his expression suggested that he was in just as much anguish to see his son go through the vaccination. 

"I felt the pain he was going through!" Lee told People magazine of the ordeal. “At that moment, there was pressure, but at the same time, it was beautiful.” He added that he was extremely nervous about the appointment. Lee can also be seen picking up Debias and gently consoling him and soon after the baby stops crying.

People also reported that Lee had found out his own father had died the same day due to complications from drinking. 

“I was very emotional. I was the baby son, I was very close to him,” Lee said about his relationship with his father. “But I don’t deal with good or bad days, I deal with peaceful days. I deal with peaceful days so I know my dad is in a peaceful place.”

He also talked about his son's future and said: “I talked to him like a grown up. I let him know there will be a day I’m going to have to die, I’m going to have to leave this world. I told him, before I leave, want to see him succeed. I want to see him succeed before I die, that’s all I want.”

“I want them to take care of their kids because when you sign up for something, you have to stick with it, you gotta go,” he further added. “My son is here, I’m signed up for it, and I have a beautiful mom for my child, and I’m going to be with him to the day I die.”