|Lilly Ivy wrote:|
|there is really only a 25% chance s/he will have blue eyes, 25% hazel, and 50% dark. Brown is dominent, but it is also possible for two brown eyed people to have a blue-eyed baby, if they carry the ressisive gene of course. I have hazel eyes, and my boyfriend has blue eyes, and my baby could of course have brown eyes. His son has blue eyes, when his mom has brown. So it's basically random genes, that's where down syndrome comes from, just randomness... although now, you can change it, but it sounds like you didn't, so again, random...
Very possible! My boyfriend & I both have dark brown eyes - & somehow have a blue eyed baby girl. Dark is dominant over light, yet you nvr know what genes are going into making your baby.. until of course - he's here!