Question by  Az (343)

How long until the baby's eyes change color?


Answer by  emhaskey (685)

A baby's eye color may change as his/her body begins to produce melanin. This usually takes 6 moths to a year, but can take as long as three years.


Answer by  crawreb (37)

It can take anywhere from six months to a year for a baby's eyes to change color. The change will be gradual, so if the baby is going to have brown eyes, they might go through a period when they have hazel eyes.


Answer by  wennifred (597)

Most of the time eye color is set by about two or three years of age, and many babies' eyes don't change after six or nine months. However, some people will see an additional change at puberty, and some will even have eyes that change several times over the course of their life.


Answer by  mhope1987 (60)

It really depends on the infant. Sometimes it can take longer, up to about 2 1/2 - 3 years and sometime not so long, up to about 1 year. Additionally, eye color can change as the child grows. When I was 18 I noticed that my eyes had started looking more green than the normal brown.


Answer by  Jason41 (229)

Everyone says it takes about a month or so. But my 13 yr old was born with dark brown eyes and they stayed that way. My 9 yr old son and 7 yr old daughter were born with blue/gray eyes and the color never changed for both of them.


Answer by  Latha (264)

A new born baby's eyes are blue. Then the color of eyes are changes systamatically. The baby is grown his/her blue color has changed to white.


Answer by  Aumin (276)

Most sources state that IF a baby's eyes are going to change it will happen between the first 6 months to 1 years of the baby's life.

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