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I am half German and on my moms side we're a bunch of mutts. Irish, Indian, French etc. SO is German as well.
I've got the blond hair blue eyes going while SO has sort of hazel colored eyes and brownish/blackish dark hair.
I am German, Norweigan, Sweedish, Irish and French.
So this baby is going to be a little cute Aryan.
We are trying to decide what color eyes Drake will have. I have naturally 3 colored eyes, yes I am not kidding. They are blue / green and brown all in 1. I got my Dads eyes, he has the same and they change color. My brothers eyes are blue and green.
DH's eyes are brown, but not dark brown, more like a caramel.
I am a natural blonde / red head. So my hair is like strawberry blonde but I dye it alot. All my brothers are blonde. My mom is a ging and my dad had dirty blonde hair.
I'm half Dutch from my Dads side, and a mix of all sorts on my Mums side - Norwegian, Scottish, Irish and of course I'm a KIWI
The SO is *I think* Scottish, Irish, TINY bit asian (like a pin prick) and of course KIWI oh and English
Eve Alexandra Mae | 30.12.11 | 9.44am | 8lbs 7oz | 20.8"
im 1/4 American Indian, 1/4 Romanian, 1/4 Irish, 1/4 German
SO is 1/2 Irish, 1/4 Indian, 1/4 German
More fundamental than religion is our basic human spirituality. We have a basic human disposition towards love, kindness and affection, irrespective of whether we have a religious framework or not. When we nurture this most basic human resource – when we set about cultivating those basic inner values which we all appreciate in others, then we start to live spiritually. - Dalai Lama