The right wood

I bought decent bottles of wine for my kids/grandkids when they were born and made wine boxes for their wedding days. For my first born it was Alder because she was the 'eldest'. For the second it was Cherry because she is so 'cheery'. For my first grandchild it was Apple because he is the 'apple of my eye'.
For my new granddaughter????? I'm at a loss. When my daughter got an ultrasound to confirm the pregnancy, she referred to the fetus as a raspberry (size of) and we've called her that all the way through.
Anyone know of a Raspberry wood? Wood color is less important than making the wood name fit even if we have to stretch it a bit. I need some help here.
Thanks Pete
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she went to the doctor for the ultra sound those guy's are a bunch of over paid hacks why don't you use hackberry
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On Fri, 5 Jan 2007 21:46:09 -0600, snipped-for-privacy@webtv.net (Ross Hebeisen) wrote:

OOOOOOHH the cruel barbs. But I'll use that for some special people who are hacks and charge them according to the volume of bullshit they spew.
Pete
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On Sat, 06 Jan 2007 02:49:08 GMT, snipped-for-privacy@mts.net wrote:

Get ready for a big stretch....
How about lacewood? While it the name may have nothing to do with raspberries at all, it's reddish in color like a raspberry (at least, the stuff I have is), and has those awesome flecks that sort of remind a guy of the surface of that fruit.
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