SInce brown eyes are a dominant gene, your child has the highest possibility of having brown eyes. But since your dad has green eyes and the father's parents are blue eyed, there is a chance your child will have light colored eyes.
This is what I was going to say. There is a chart on probability of genetics that you can look at.
I'm going to say: Blue (even though blue eyes are a recessive gene). I'm going from experience. My dad has hazel brown, my mum has muddy brown eyes, yet my sis & I have amber colored eyes (FYI, I'm black) and my hubby & his parents have blue eyes. My kids eyes are blue (except my daughter's; her eyes changes from bluish-gray to gray to green on different days.)
maybe blue or hazel, either way you will love him/her.
50% green eyes, 50% brown eyes
Your baby has a 50% chance of having brown eyes and 50% of having blue or green eyes. If it has brown eyes, they will likely be a medium brown, not dark brown.
Hope this helps.
I love deep brown eyes. They are warm and gentle looking.
i dont feel like doing punet squares right now...
There are several genes responsible for eye color. What color do you think mine are? the avi pic is mine.
Mine are not blue and not green. They are hazel. I was looking outside for the light when i took that pic. If i stand next to a school bus they look gold. in bright sun they look silver. in normal pics they look like those kids from the creepy movie, way too blue. But the whole point of my question was so youd guess. They have found that eye color is controlled by several genes. and with the variation in both of your families you can end up with any color. i am lucky since i do nto have light sensitivity that light color eyes do since i do not have light color eyes.
if you look you can see the point where the grass meets the trees in my pic and can even see my hand to the right of the pupil.
Since your eyes express the dominant allele (brown) there is no way of knowing what recessive gene you carry.
Therefore it is impossible to say.
Whatever color it happens to be. I don't care. :/
Ask your 10th grade biology teacher.
Well you could ask any biology teacher.