Lee would be cute. It's simple, but sounds nice. Or Lynn.
I like hearing the rhythm of names, like music., I wouldn't want a bunch of syllables because it makes the name sound more bouncy than smooth, say Ava Genevieve Sullivan. Or if it all ends in the same sound/has the same vowel - Ava Jane, for example, which would clash with Sullivan.
I personally like a simple rhythm like I mentioned with Ava Lee Sullivan. The syllables are split up to make each name individual. The names have different sounds, so there's more fluidity when saying her full name.
Good luck :)
Is that like May-the-month or Mai Thai?
Quoting kirstybell: Ava Mai and Ava Rae are nice x
Ava Mai and Ava Rae are nice x
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