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post #1 of 21
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Swiped this from the Feb DDC. It's pretty cool. I have a 50% chance of brown, 30% chance of green, and 20% chance of blue. And 2 brown eyed kids.

http://museum.thetech.org/ugenetics/...alculator.html
post #2 of 21
50% chance of blue, 50% chance of green!
post #3 of 21
My results are

20.8% Blue
29.1% Green
50% Brown

Which is odd because my other two children have Blue eyes like my husband. Shouldn't I have at least had a brown eyed child by now?

Don't get me wrong I love red headed kids with bright blue eyes.
post #4 of 21
Big Daddy was adopted and never knew his birth father so this won't work for me oh well. Big Daddys eyes are Hazel and mine are blue and there is no hazel on there either... oh well no big deal. I will see his eyes when he is ready.
post #5 of 21
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Originally Posted by thebigfam View Post
Big Daddy was adopted and never knew his birth father so this won't work for me oh well. Big Daddys eyes are Hazel and mine are blue and there is no hazel on there either... oh well no big deal. I will see his eyes when he is ready.
My eyes are Hazel too so I chose brown. I SWORE my bio dad's eyes were blue but it said it was impossible for my mom to have green eyes and sperm donor to have blue eyes and mine end up brown.

I am going to say 99.99999% chance my child is another DH clone like the others.
post #6 of 21
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Originally Posted by Mrs.Music View Post
I have a 50% chance of brown, 30% chance of green, and 20% chance of blue. And 2 brown eyed kids.
I have the same % as you. One brown eyed girl and one with eyes that started blue but seem to be turning green (she's five).
post #7 of 21
100% chance of blue eyes here. DS is blue eyed as are DH and I.

I thought I read somewhere that just because both parents have blue eyes it doesn't necessarily mean that your child will have blue although it's 99% probability. Ever since I read that I have an irrational fear that one of our kids will be born with brown eyes and everyone will accuse me of cheating.
post #8 of 21
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Originally Posted by soccerchic21 View Post
My eyes are Hazel too so I chose brown. I SWORE my bio dad's eyes were blue but it said it was impossible for my mom to have green eyes and sperm donor to have blue eyes and mine end up brown.

I am going to say 99.99999% chance my child is another DH clone like the others.
Hazel counts as blue, actually. Someone was talking about the genetics that go into it, and it's the same as blue eyes. So maybe that's why.

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Originally Posted by boogiemonster View Post
I have the same % as you. One brown eyed girl and one with eyes that started blue but seem to be turning green (she's five).
Interesting. I doubt I'll get anything but brown no matter how much I'd love it since I'm part black.
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100% chance of blue eyes here. DS is blue eyed as are DH and I.

I thought I read somewhere that just because both parents have blue eyes it doesn't necessarily mean that your child will have blue although it's 99% probability. Ever since I read that I have an irrational fear that one of our kids will be born with brown eyes and everyone will accuse me of cheating.
I find that kind of hilarious.
post #9 of 21
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Originally Posted by Mrs.Music View Post
Hazel counts as blue, actually. Someone was talking about the genetics that go into it, and it's the same as blue eyes. So maybe that's why.
Well that changes things. Now my chances are 100% blue!
post #10 of 21
100% blue here, my entire family on my side has blue eyes and both of my DH's parents have brown. They both must be carriers of the recessive blue eyes gene though because my husbands eyes are blue/green.
post #11 of 21
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100% blue here, my entire family on my side has blue eyes and both of my DH's parents have brown. They both must be carriers of the recessive blue eyes gene though because my husbands eyes are blue/green.
Both of my parents are brown eyed as well. I have blue eyes and my sister's are green. I actually put their stats in and it said they had a 75% chance of having kids with brown eyes. It's so weird that they both passed recessive genes to both of us.
post #12 of 21
92.5% brown - not surprised. My son's eyes are actually darker than both myself and hubby.
post #13 of 21
100% blue here, too.
post #14 of 21
Not in this DDC, but I got 50% brown, 35% green, and 15% blue.

I have one brown eyed child, and one blue eyed child.

I really wanted a child with my husband's amazing green eyes, but it wasn't meant to be.
post #15 of 21
DDCC!

It said my kids would all have brown. Mine are truly blue and green, so I was confused what to put. Dh's are brown, so were my ex's. I have 3 kids with hazel eyes (two more green, one more blue & brown) and one with my mom's light blue and yellow eyes. I wish the calculator had more choices! I would love one of my kids to have my little brother's dark almost black brown eyes or my oldest little brother's crystal light blue eyes. Such weird genetics in my family.
post #16 of 21
50% chance of blue and 50% chance of green.
post #17 of 21
So I first did the calculator based on DH being brown (he is hazel), but if hazel really counts as blue, then we have a 100% chance of all of kids having blue eyes. Cannot wait to see what color eyes this little one has. Hoping he has blue eyes jsut like his brother!
post #18 of 21
50% brown, 30% green, 20% blue.

personally, i think they'll be green/hazel. i'm pretty sure there's not going to be blue.
post #19 of 21
My baby has a 66% chance of having brown eyes, and 23% chance of green. Thank you so much for posting this! My husband and I were having a conversation about this last night.
post #20 of 21
My eyes are hazel, what does that count as? My mom's are green, my dad's are blue - I put mine as brown, but the calculator won't let me and says it's an error. If I put my eyes as blue, it says 100% chance of blue.
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