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I did this with Wesley, and had a chance of having blue eyes of next to nothing. Our children should have all brown, maybe one with green eyes. You can see in my siggy, mine are like black. Wesley has blue eyes. Go figure.
///...........................Lauren, wife to Jay, mom to Wesley and Ruby
I still recall doing this in high school biology class. Since we both have blue eyes, our baby will only have blue eyes.
Actually they're discovering that it's WAY more complicated than biology class makes it seem. lol. There are at least 3 genes they know for sure involved and at least 2 more they think affect it somehow. But generally, yes, that should be the way it works.