the thing about the Potter children’s names…
I’ll be the first to admit that I’m not a huge fan of the name Albus Severus but I like to think that naming him such was not entirely Harry’s decision. I think people tend to forget that Snape was a big influence on Ginny’s last year of the war as well. After all was said and done she might have appreciated the fact that he was, in a way, looking out for the students of Hogwarts. Sure, it was a hell of a year but can we let the Carrows take most of the credit for that? I mean, Ginny breaks into the Headmaster’s office to steal a valuable artifact and gets… detention with Hagrid? I’m thinking he could have done a lot worse.
I’m not jumping on the Snape bandwagon (that day will surely never come) but I don’t think Ginny would have disapproved of the suggestion that Snape be somehow remembered. (He certainly wasn’t going to be remembered by anyone else).
As for the other Potter children I don’t think Ginny would begrudge Harry wanting to honor his parent’s memories. She had always known a large and happy family and Harry never had. In a way it brings things back to the very beginning—a whole and happy Potter family that Harry should have had from the start.