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    DS's eye turned brown really early on, maybe 8 weeks or so. Now he has these big brown eyes that you could melt into

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    Quote Originally Posted by MissRose1 View Post
    DS was born with dark blue eyes which turned hazel around 4 months. By around 6 months they were brown.
    This sounds like DS so far (but he's only 11wks old) - born with dark blue eyes that are now hazel. Fingers crossed for a brownie!! I've found myself trying to 'will' his eyes to turn brown - crazy, huh? Of course the important thing is that he can see out of them at all, but this is just one of those fun little things about babies

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    It was between 1 and 2 years.


 

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