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    An_252549 posted:
    Hi..... I'm basicially an Indian and my husband is also an indian we are married about 2 months ago and we are trying for pregnancy, we both are dark eyed can we expect a baby with blue or green eyes..... i just like blue eyes a lot.... can any one explain this clearly plz.............
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    nikkibaby responded:
    I doubt it...because who would the blue or green eyes come from if you both have dark eyes....unless one of your parents has blue or green eyes. IDK but I seriously doubt it.
     
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    Angilica replied to nikkibaby's response:
    mean some of my relatives like my fathers sister has.......


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