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☮ ☮Hippie Jesus☮ 2 kids; West Virginia 10560 posts
20th Sep '13

Peace!

user banned United Kingdom 1629 posts
20th Sep '13

Weirdly, my mum has a photo of me when I was like 18 months old, I had bright blue eyes. Now they're green, and I'm definitely still the same person :?

Amber {Dylan's momma} 1 child; Lodi, Ohio 1976 posts
20th Sep '13

I've heard they can keep changing for a few years, up to school age

✖Mandalorian 2 kids; 2 angel babies; Georgia 5386 posts
20th Sep '13

DS' eyes didn't turn to the brown color they are now until 9, almost 10 months. He had aqua blue eyes like me for a long time then they just decided to turn brown/hazel lol

La~La 4 kids; Houston, Texas 22034 posts
20th Sep '13
Quoting ☮Hippie Jesus☮:" When do you know that your babies eyes are the color that they are going to stay? The doctor says that ... [snip!] ... that long. My first son has blue eyes. This one does too, so far, but they could turn brown still, I guess? He's 2 months old."

my eyes were blue blue blue until I was around 6 or 7 years old....now theyre green.

La~La 4 kids; Houston, Texas 22034 posts
20th Sep '13
Quoting ☮Hippie Jesus☮:" When do you know that your babies eyes are the color that they are going to stay? The doctor says that ... [snip!] ... that long. My first son has blue eyes. This one does too, so far, but they could turn brown still, I guess? He's 2 months old."

my eyes were blue blue blue until I was around 6 or 7 years old....now theyre green.

mom of three 3 kids; Missouri 5303 posts
20th Sep '13

They can change from blue to brown up to the age of 2. They can change from blue to green up to age 3. My first is 2 and still has blue eyes. My seconds changed to brown at 3 or 4 months.

Vivian [♥] 2 kids; Balls Deep, in, Georgia 13923 posts
20th Sep '13

My daughters didn't even start to change until she was 12 months. I knew they were going to be brown, they were an almost black/grey when she was born. But by 12 months when they were still grey I got confused on what they will be! But by2 they were poop brown :P
My son is 6 months and his eyes just went maybe one shade lighter blue.

laurenmik 3 kids; Aurora, Colorado 7222 posts
20th Sep '13

My oldest son's eyes changed a lot between 4-5 years. I always thought you couldn't tell until they were older?

username1 1 child; Chicopee, MA, United States 30921 posts
20th Sep '13

my son had dark blue eyes til about 6/7 months.. then they started to turn greenish, and then after he turned a year is when they started to darken up to brown

Bangarang 10 kids; Muthafuckin, GA, United States 26624 posts
20th Sep '13

Honestly eyes can change color whenever. I had hazel eyes for years...they were hazel in all the pictures I've seen of myself as a kid. They turned green around the time I hit puberty or maybe a little before that. Over the past couple of years they've lightened up and are almost a blue green.
I think two-ish is the norm, though. Or younger.

Sugarhiccup LLC ; 5 kids; Lahaina, Hawaii 2825 posts
20th Sep '13

All of my kids eyes had changed to whatever color they were going to be by age 1 except for my youngest DD. Her eyes stayed gray from birth up until age 3 and then they changed green.

Super Mommy! Costa Mesa, CA, United States 12710 posts
20th Sep '13

I don't know, but I can assure you it's not by 8 months. I'm Asian, I was born with typical brown eyes, my eyes are hazel now. All of my baby and toddler pics, I have brown eyes and then around maybe 6-8 my eyes changed to hazel. *shrugs* they seem to get lighter as I age.

linsα most, CZ, Czech Republic 30371 posts
20th Sep '13

Eight months? If DS had the same eye color at eight months he would have blue instead of hazel/olive green. :lol: My oldest eyes didn't set until about two years. My youngest is 20 months and her eyes are still changing.

Elizabeth Hart 2 kids; Christchurch, nz, New Zealand 588 posts
20th Sep '13

DS had DARK blue eyes when he was born (almost black in some light) and they were green by the time he was 10 months, brown by 15 months and now hes 2 and they're going back to green