Eye Color Change in Infants
For many parents, anticipation is one of the greatest joys of pregnancy. Ultrasounds can reveal a gestating baby's gender, size, weight, possible birth defects and even, to a certain extent, facial features. Eye color, however, still remains a mystery...
Heard your cutie's peepers may go from blue to brown? Find out why and when
your baby's eyes will change color, and how genetics influence baby's physical ...
But Caucasian babies are usually born with dark blue or even slate-gray eyes
that may change several times before a baby's first birthday. Which means you'll ...
May 21, 2012 ... New parents often ask what color I think the baby's eyes are going to be. ... The
color change does slow down some after the first 6 months of ...
Sep 22, 2015 ... Eye color develops from iris pigmentation and the scattering of light. ... Her eyes
may be blue only temporarily; babies' eyes can change color if ...
I used to say wait four to six months, but we've seen babies change at up to nine
months. The best predictor is parent's eye color — if both parents have dark ...
Oct 13, 2013 ... Many babies--especially Caucasian infants--have blue eyes when they enter the
world, even though most of them will not have blue eyes when ...
Find out what pediatrician David Geller has to say about a baby's eye color.
People used to say that eye color was set by the time a baby turned a year old.
As it turns out, that isn't always true!
Thus, do not expect the eye color of your baby to suddenly change from black to
either blue or gray. Eye color changes in some children continue to happen ...