Q&A: Half black half white european baby, who do you think the baby look like?

how is my baby going to look like

Half black half white european baby, who do you think the baby look like?

Half black half white european baby, who do you think the baby look like?

Well i am Russia and very petite about 5’1 and naturally tiny. I have naturally light brown hair and bright blue eyes. The daddy is brown skinned and is 6 feet tall with black hair and very dark eyes. Who do you think the baby will look like and what kind of traits and genes do you think it would have? Once i am pregnant I know there is no way to know but i think it is just fun to think about. Even though it does not matter to me bc i love my baby and know it will be beautiful. :) Thanks.
I have seen some mixed babies who are either more brown or look completely caucasian. As far as height and eye color how do you think that will go?

Answer by Melissa S
There is no way to determine who or what he or she will look like..

Im Olive /White Skinned and 5’3 my B/F is Dark and is about 6′

Im just hoping shes healthy.

Height maybe tall maybe in between, eyes depends on the parents of both of you too !

Answer by jomen05
You’ve asked this exact same question, only with a Korean dad instead of black. How many dads does your baby have?!

Answer by chode.
There is no way to tell, but I bet it will have beautiful features.

how is my baby going to look like

is there a website where i can predict how my baby is going to look?

im trying to find a webiste where i can upload a picture of me and my boyfriend to kind of gives us a example of who my baby will look more like..anyone knows of a website??

Answer by Kaylie
do a 4 d scan

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Answer by EmilyW4110
http://www.morphthing.com/blog/138-What-Will-My-Baby-Look-Like upload 2 photos and the face morphs together predicting what the baby will like.

Should I tell my BIL that his baby is black?

Ok, here’s the story. My brother in law and his girlfriend have been dating on and off for about 3 years. About 10 months ago they got back together after being apart for a few months. They were back together for a few weeks when they announced that they were pregnant. They just had the baby this past Tuesday. Well, the phone started ringing almost immediately after she had the baby. Everyone was talking about how this baby cannot possibly be his because this baby looks like it’s half black. The girl’s own mother was the first one who said anything. However, no one in his family is going to say anything to him or talk to him because it’s “not their place”. I honestly do not think he knows or has noticed?! He keeps going on and on about how the baby has a whole head of jet black hair just like his when he was born. I feel really bad that the entire family is talking about this and knows that this cannot possibly be his child. I know that babies look funny sometimes when they are…
born, but there is no denying that this baby is not a white baby. Should I tell him or just let it go? It wouldn’t be a big deal if he just wanted to raise the child as his own even though it isn’t, but doesn’t he deserve to know that it isn’t his child? That and he has two other children from a previous relationship that he doesn’t take care of. Thanks to all! I asked this question in another catagory and I just wanted to see what the answers would be in this one.

Answer by amanda p
Let it go…it really is no ones business but his and his girlfriend.

Answer by Amanda K
I think that is a can of worms that you shouldn’t open. I know you care about your BIL, but it’s not really your place to say anything. He has probably noticed something is a bit “off” too, but is more than likely in denial about it. All I can say is that as long as he loves this baby, that’s really all that matters.

Answer by Kim
If it is that noticeable of a difference, I am sure he has noticed. He may be in denial or he may just turn a blind eye to it and raise it as his own. You can try to say something, but be warned that he could quite possibly become very defensive. He may also go to the other end, and have nothing to do with his girl or the baby. Ask yourself what do you think his response would be? You know him and how he reacts to things.
Good Luck!

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8 Responses to Q&A: Half black half white european baby, who do you think the baby look like?

  1. Rev. Richie August 12, 2012 at 2:13 pm #

    No, you need to allow them to work it out.

  2. Big Red August 12, 2012 at 2:10 pm #

    I would leave it alone. People believe what they want to believe. I have a nephew who looks nothing like his brother or the rest of the family. My brother raised him as his own even after the tramp left them.

  3. myself c August 12, 2012 at 1:44 pm #

    could still be his child… only a DNA test can prove it isnt… some babies are born black when both parents are white, its very rare but it does happen.

  4. Fraggle Rock August 12, 2012 at 1:37 pm #

    As the others have said, I would probably just stay out of it. The truth has to come out eventually! Whether your BIL actually thinks he’s the father or not, you might sour your relationship with him if you confront him about it. Even if you’re trying to help, he might feel bitter toward you long after the fact.

  5. Ethel August 12, 2012 at 1:29 pm #

    I am not so sure that not telling him is doing him a favor. This happened to my brother, and while the mom insisted that the child was my brother’s before the birth and afterwards at 14 years there was a contention and indeed she wasn’t his. That was devastating and he never recovered. While he did have AIDs, he was doing fine until that point and after about 4 months he was dead, and the consensus is the grief was just too much. I also don’t think it was fair to her either – she still acts like my brother was her father, but now she doubts everyone.

    I will also say just because a baby looks black doesn’t mean it is. Remember that Seinfield episode (Okay, maybe you’re too young) where Eileen and her boyfriend both thought they were in a bi-racial relationship when in fact both were “white”. Then again, does the one drop rule really matter? If it did most of us are black.

  6. believer August 12, 2012 at 12:41 pm #

    I’m just going to say this, if he wanted to notice, he would.

  7. 1 Bored Unit August 12, 2012 at 12:28 pm #

    He probably HAS noticed .. but is hoping nobody else has! That’s gotta be hard on him. And the fact that he’s going on and on about the black hair “looking like his did” is probably only because he is trying to convince himself that it’s his.
    If his family doesn’t want to mention it to him – you definitely shouldn’t.

    Believe me, if my baby had come out black — my husband would have been asking some questions!!!

  8. NikkiM♥Due 05/01/10♥ August 12, 2012 at 11:40 am #

    There are websites, like the ones mentioned, but all they do is take 2 photos that you upload and do a 50/50 mash up. It is fun, as long as you realize it’s just for fun. There is no way for anyone to guess how your baby will look. I mean there are so many factors: Does one have brown eyes and one blue? Do you both have blue eyes? One could still be carrying a brown eye gene and the baby’s eyes will be brown…same with hair and facial structure. There is just no way of ever guessing. however those morphing programs are fun to play with.

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