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Madisyn was born with blue eyes, as i think most babies are. But my sister was telling me her eyes probably would have changed by know if they were going to? She's 10 weeks and 6 days. Said her kids changed by around 6 weeks.... Just wondering if your LO's eyes have changed color yet? Or for those mom's with other children when did their eyes change? She still has blue eyes.
My kids all were born with deep blue eyes and they have all changed. My son's didn't change until he was 4 and they went from blue to greenish hazel, just like my husband's. My oldest girl's turned grey on the outside and have a greenish hazel ring around the pupil. I wonder if they will change even more over time, but she's 7 now, so perhaps not. My younger daughter's eyes became grey like mine. Norah's eyes are still very blue, but I don't expect them to stay that way even though she is 7 weeks old.
Mom to Norah (12/5/2012), Stella (5), Elly (7), and Nick (12)
Maybe my kids are a bad example to use since they're half black with a mom with SUPER dark eyes (even though dad's eyes are the lightest blue). But, both of my kids were born with dark blue/grey eyes. Liam's turned brown right at 3 1/2 months and Nolan at 6 weeks. This eye change thing is totally new to me, since everyone in my family is born with the same eye color that they're going to die with. There is no change. So, for my children, eye color change happened pretty early. I don't know if this is the norm for full white babies.