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Nathan Marshall Bier – 13 Today

When I was pregnant for Nathan, a pastor friend prayed for us and told us that our newest addition would be a boy. Our response was, “That’s the easy part, we need a name.” He said, “Have you thought about ‘Nathan?'” That happened to be one of the names we were thinking about. (I wanted to name him “Henry Thomas” after Tom’s great grandfather, but I was the only one who liked the name…not that I’m holding a grudge or anything.)

Held by Grandpa Marshall Bier

Nathan has three big sisters who have adored him (and mothered him) from day one…just like his dad was adored (and mothered) by his three big sisters.

Nathan and his big sisters

Tommy and his big sisters

We are all enjoying watching Nathan grow . . . and grow . . . and grow. We know it won’t be long before he’s towering over all of us.

We are so thankful that Nathan wants to grow not just in height (and muscles) but in his walk with Jesus.


About rlbreflections

Born and raised in Muskegon, Michigan. Graduated from Oakridge High School - Go Blue! Married a University of Michigan grad - Go Blue! Back in college full-time at East Tennessee State University - Go Blue!

3 responses »

  1. Wow!!! It’s hard to believe he’s 13 already…what a great post Rhonda. I love all of the wonderful pictures! Happy 13th Birthday Nathan…we love you : )

  2. Yes, great post! And you’re a great mom!

  3. The time has gone by so quickly. Nathan and the girls have been blessed to grow up in a godly home with wonderful parents. What great young people each of them are. 🙂 I love you all … and Happy Birthday, Nathan.


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