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    My DD was born with brown eyes, it was the first thing I noticed, 2 big brown eyes looking up at me. My DH has lighter brown eyes and mine are grey with a hint of green, hers are chocolate and haven't changed yet in 2.5 years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HarvestMoon View Post
    I'm not sure. I come from a family of nothing but blue eyed people. I think it's unfortunate DS's are brown. He's the odd one out.

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    That's how I felt about my hazel eyes. My mums are brown both brothers have brown and my dad and sister both have blue. My grandparents are either blue or brown and all my cousins and aunties (except 1)and uncles have blue or brown Than I had hazel and only shared them with my Aunty. I felt left out particular in my immediate family I wish I shared a eye Colour with one of my parents. Now as much as I wish dd still had her blue eyes I love that we share hazel

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    around 18 months.
    Im glad they are hazel now, as a blue eyed chinese baby looks funny

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    8 months old and they were born like this.. The pics not clear though

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    Ps.. I realised I had said they. He was born like this, I meant his eyes (they) were like this..

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    Ezzabee your little man is adorable!

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    Thank you! He is in a wonderful mood this morning and chatting and grinning away so I saw this and took advantage.. Sorry OP!

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    My friend's 2 children both had bright blue eyes until over 12 months, and then they turned brown.

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    DS was born with dark blue/grey eyes. Now at 6 months his eyes are a dark brown like mine. I think it was by about 4 months old that we definitely realised his eyes were brown.

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    DS1 was born with black/really really dark brown eyes. He still has really dark brown eyes.

    DS2 was born with green eyes. By 4wks they were brown.


 

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