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    Default What age did you baby get 'an eye color' ?

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    my son is nearly 2 and his eyes havnt really changed much since birth. maybe a little lighter but more or less the same steel blue they always have been.
    Exactly the same as my DS. I kept waiting for them to change but they haven't. I just never really expected to have a blue eyed son since my eyes are a very dark brown and DH's are more of a hazel/green. I LOVE blue eyes though

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    I have 2 dd's both were born with that dark dark blue 'newborn' colour they both lightened to a super bright blue gradually but i think they've been the same colour since around 4months from memory so it might be her colour but some kids eyes can change colour up until about 5

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    Dd2 still has the newborn blue coloured eyes, but in photos appears to be bright blue- I'm still waiting fort hem to go hazel like mine or dp's but there's a chance they may stay blue. Oh and they're so reflective- almost like little mirrors lol

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    DS is 7 months and still has blue eyes. DH has brown eyes and I have hazel/green, so are waiting for them to change, but I hope they don't, his blue eyes are amazing!

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    DS eyes went from blue to brown around 2 years which I thought was late.
    DD is 2 and they stayed blue

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    My daughter is 11 months old- her eyes started out blue and now they're brown with a blue ring around the outside. They started changing around 5-6 months.


 

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