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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Dec 2013

    Need some honesty here

    What do you think of this sibset?

    Winter Story- Winter is mom's maiden name and Story is the county I went to college at, plus my partner's and I's meeting is quite the story to tell!

    Joseph Gabriel- Joseph is a family name on my side and my partner's. Gabriel is the family business's name on my side.

    Ada Kimberly- My partner was a computer major, so he loves Ada computer language and the whole first woman computer programmer. Kim is his mom's name.

    Please let me know what you think! I put a lot of thought into these.
    Looking for that right name for future baby.

    Girls: Winter nn Winnie, Sunday nn Sunny, Boheme nn Bo, Olive, Martha nn Mattie, Naomi, Gemma, Augusta, Ada
    Boys: Van, August,Oliver, Paul, Hawk, Edward, Boaz, David, Neil, Milan, Joseph

  2. #3
    Join Date
    May 2014
    A lot of ppl come on here wanting their kids names to "match" or "flow"... But I have to say every name you have chosen seems to be really special. They all mean something to you. Do they technically match, no, but I think they are all great names, FN & MN!!

    I would possibly suggest switching the boys names, Gabriel Joseph.
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  3. #5
    Join Date
    Sep 2013
    Northern Germany
    Love Ada and Joseph together and don't think that Winter fits in very well. It's not a word name that is used very often, definitely not an established name in general while Ada and Joseph are both names with a long history of usage.
    I also think that Winter Story is too much of a thing, it's not a summer story but a winter one, you get me here?
    I think if you want to use all three names together, I would pair Ada with Story and use Winter Kimberly just so she has a more normal name to fall back on and Ada could go by something just as quirky as her sister if she wanted to.

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  4. #7
    Join Date
    Aug 2010
    Winter Story is extremely cheesy and a little silly, I'm afraid. It's a great idea to use your maiden name, but I wouldn't pair it with another word name.

    Winter Kimberly, Joseph Gabriel, and Ada Story would be lovely.
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  5. #9
    Join Date
    Mar 2011
    American Midwest
    I love names with personal meaning no matter what style they are! So in my opinion that means you can't go wrong!

    I know it's a very well-received name, but I'm not a fan of Winter, personally. It's not even the name, I just despise the snow and cold so much I just couldn't name my child after it, haha.

    Story and Ada (as a nn for Adelaide) are on my list as well and I don't even have cool ties to them like you do! Agree with previous posts that Ada Story or Winter Kimberly are better matchups though.

    I Like the boys name too. I don't have many classics for boys that are favorites, but if I had to pick one it would definitely be Joseph. (Love Josiah even more!)
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