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Marissa george


06/13/2012

How long does it take for a baby's eye color change to the permanant color?

My baby is a month old, and his eyes are still blue. I've been told that they change color later on. How long does it take for a baby's eye color change to the permanant color?
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  • claire_lew

    06/13/2012

    Generally speaking, it can take 6 months to one year before babies get their permanent eye color. Some are a little later. They can change between blue, green, and gray depending on what color you and your husband have.
  • cecil

    06/13/2012

    The eye color of babies can change several times in the first few months, they can change between blue, green, and gray or other colors depend on what color you have. They will have permanant eye color about 8-9 months. Some one may be later.
  • bell

    06/13/2012

    Generally speaking, eye colour can still change up to a year. However, in most cases, eye color will change in the first 5 or 6 months. If it has not changed by about 6 months, it may remain whatever colour it is.
  • Joshua arnold

    06/13/2012

    It usually takes at least nine months old for a baby to get the permanent eye color. However, every baby is different. Some babies get the permanant eye color after a year. And the eye color of a baby is influenced by the that of their parents.
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