Sibset help- do they match?

Hey, Berries! I have been working on a novel since I was a kid and recently got back into it. However, I felt like since I was so young when I named the characters that they didn’t match so I’ve been working on the sinset and wanted to see what you guys thought about it!
The parents are [name]Adrian[/name] and [name]Beverly[/name].
The family does not have a last name yet so if you could help me with that I would appreciate it! I don’t want it to be super common like [name]Miller[/name] or [name]Johnson[/name]. They are all fair and blonde. Also it takes place in the American south

The siblings:
[name]Nathan[/name]/[name]Nathaniel[/name] (haven’t decided), called [name]Nate[/name] (21), boy
[name]Rowan[/name] (18), girl, narrator
[name]Alden[/name] (16), girl, [name]Avery[/name]'s twin
[name]Avery[/name] (16), girl, [name]Alden[/name]'s twin
[name]Shiloh[/name] (13), boy
[name]Cassia[/name], called [name]Cassia[/name] or [name]Cass[/name]/[name]Cassie[/name] (10), the clear favorite child, girl
[name]Donovan[/name] (8), boy
[name]Max[/name] (7), boy
Unnamed girl (5), please help! She acts out often because she doesn’t get enough attention, kind of a wild child

Any response will be well-appreciated! Thanks for your time

Howdy! I really dig your name choices; I think they all go very well together. :slight_smile: I do feel as though [name]Cassia[/name]‘s name doesn’t really fit the unisex girls’ name theme going on, but it works if she is the clear favorite–this can be a distinction that separates her from the other siblings, even if it’s subtle.

In brief? I think your selections work very well!

I love those names! Some suggestions:
I think it should be Nathan instead of Nathaniel, because all of your other names seem to be not so traditional. I agree with the Cassia “problem”, too. Other than that, they are fantastic(:
Here are some names I thought of for the five year old:
Bee (nn for Beatrice or Beatrix)

Good luck!

    • Lailey Jamestock, aspiring author

I think you should change [name]Alden[/name] to [name]Auden[/name] or [name]Arden[/name]