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    Quote Originally Posted by HarvestMoon View Post
    My DS's eyes didn't turn brown til he was about 2.. i was completely devastated!
    It's like they didn't go the whole way though, even he wanted his eyes to stay blue like mums, they are lightish brown with a circle of green and then a circle of blue... they are kind of weird if you look closely..lol
    My DS is 21 months but I think his will end up just like this! DH's eyes are exactly like you described (I just checked, lol) and DS is like DH in every possible way. My eyes are very dark brown. So far DS' eyes have stayed perfectly blue (which I love!) but we're just starting to see a hint of hazel around the iris...

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    My DH and I are both dark brown eyes and DS has bright blue eyes. He is 3.5yrs old and they still haven't changed!
    I kept waiting for them to change, but they never did. I think it may still be possible for his eyes to change from blue to brown.
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    Both my brothers were born with dark brown eyes they were that dark you couldn't see their pupils.

    My eyes went brown between 2-3yrs than hazel by the time I was five.

    My DD1 went hazel around two, I was upset she had the deepest blue, now wondering if DD2 will keep the deep blue like dh or go hazel

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    Quote Originally Posted by HarvestMoon View Post
    My DS's eyes didn't turn brown til he was about 2.. i was completely devastated!
    It's like they didn't go the whole way though, even he wanted his eyes to stay blue like mums, they are lightish brown with a circle of green and then a circle of blue... they are kind of weird if you look closely..lol
    I'd call them hazel??

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    My DD was born with brown eyes, they were never that steely blue baby colour ever. They were so dark you couldn't see her pupils, never ever were they anything but dark brown. I think it's a load of crapola that all babies are born with blue eyes! DD definitely had brownies from birth. I love brown eyes!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Annabella View Post
    Mine were all born with brown eyes. I was told by a dr or nurse this is impossible but they were all definitely brown!
    My dd was born with the biggest darkest brown eyes ... Everyone commented on them ... They were gorg ... We used to call them cow eyes ... Even now at 2 1/2 they are still so dark. Weird ds has the lightest beautiful blue eyes

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    DS was born with the dark grey kind of colour, not vibrant blue. By 3-4mths they were more brown. Now at 10mths he couldn't be more brown - has my eyes!

    As for it being impossible to be born with brown eyes - I've never seen an African/Indian/Asian baby with blue eyes?? Is there anyone of these cultures that could verify??

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    DD2s eyes turned brown at about 6ish months. Started with a brown line in one eye and slowly over time turned brown like me so stunning. DF wasn't keen on them going brown, but now he raves on and on about how gorgeous they are

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    Quote Originally Posted by HarvestMoon View Post
    My DS's eyes didn't turn brown til he was about 2.. i was completely devastated!
    It's like they didn't go the whole way though, even he wanted his eyes to stay blue like mums, they are lightish brown with a circle of green and then a circle of blue... they are kind of weird if you look closely..lol
    Sounds lovely! Betcha it's the 'thing' girls will talk about him

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    Quote Originally Posted by Little-Pink-Hen View Post
    I'd call them hazel??
    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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