Eye color for our baby?
My husband and I are having a baby in 3 months and we have been wondering a lot what the baby will look like. We’re both pretty sure he/she will have blonde hair since that’s what we both have. So basically we just want to know what the eye color is going to be. I have hazel eyes. My mom has brown eyes and my father has hazel eyes. So I got my eyes from my father. My husband has blue eyes. His mom has blue eyes and his dad has brown eyes. So he got his eyes from his mother. And i know that hazel eyes are dominant trait over blue eyes. So does somebody have a website that shows a chart that helps me find out? OR if anyone that reads this knows the answer, the percentages that can help me, I would really like that. But I have gone on other sites to determined eye color and it does not have the trait for hazel eyes or Grey eyes, etc. Just green, brown, and blue. So if you send the weblink it should be able to determine hazel eyes.
Answer by Matahari
Here is your answer http://museum.thetech.org/ugenetics/eyeCalc/eyecalculator.html
Answer by sexyfingernails
if hazel really is dominant over blue then there is a fifty fifty chance your baby will have hazel eyes or blue eyes…
most babies have blue eyes within the first little while after birth…
Answer by rainwriterm
There really are two basic eye colors, brown and blue. Brown is when you have lots of pigment, and blue is when you have almost none. The amount of pigment and its distribution in the eye gives the variations like hazel. Green eyes are essentially blue, just with a variation of the layer over the pigment, so not really the presence of brown. You can try breaking it down to just blue and brown eyes. Blue or green eyes being recessive mean that that parent doesn’t have any brown to pass along. It sounds like both your husband and yourself have a blue and a brown eye gene to pass along. If both of you give the blue, then you get a blue eyed baby. If one of you gives the brown then you will get a brown eyed baby. It is a 25/75 chance, but that doesn’t really account for the variations of color.
Trying to guess what color eyes my baby will have for fun!!?
Hey everyone! I’ve been reading up on trying to figure out what color eyes my new baby will have and find it pretty interesting. I have an orangy brown almond color eyes, and my boyfriend has bright deep blue eyes. My mother has blue/green eyes, and my father has dark brown/beady eyes, and my boyfriends parents both have blue eyes!! I have a previous child and his father had hazel eyes, and I thought for sure he’d end up with my brown eyes since they are said to be more “dominant,” but he ended up with dark green/hazel eyes. Any guesses to what my new baby might end up with?
I remember taking a class in high school where there was some sort of a gene chart we learned to determine what color eyes babies would end up with, but I can’t remember it for the life of me.
Any answers are fun and appreciated
Answer by Kohila Balachandran
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Answer by ‘sup
Brown eyes probably.
The gene chart is called a Punnett Square, google how to do one and see if you can make one if you really are interested!
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