half blach man white woman has white baby ,,when he gets married has kids can the be black???

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♫ Shawnn ♪♫♫ - posted on 03/25/2014

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The child will be the genetic makeup of the parents.

And, YES, he may have a different skin colour.

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Well, first, the baby this half black man & white woman have is not white. they may be pale and have more features of Caucasians, but they are still 1/4 black. and yes genes play out differently in different generations, so this baby could have a child that looks more black

Michelle - posted on 03/25/2014

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Ok, now that you have explained that you are asking about you grandson, yes, he could have black children.
You don't need to keep saying that his parents aren't married, it doesn't make a difference, you obviously have an issue with it though.
A man and a woman CAN have children WITHOUT being married! Welcome to the 21st century.

Miranda - posted on 03/24/2014

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Any future children will of course have half the genes from each parent...so yes he or she would be a quarter black. Skin color could range from very light to possibly darker. Teach the child to love his or her heritage and then other people's opinions who may be closed minded won't bother them at all.

Jim - posted on 03/24/2014

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the man is half black, mother white, NOT married ,had a baby boy of which is loved, but when he grows up and get married and has children , is there a possibley of his child being black ??

Michelle - posted on 03/24/2014

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Any child he has could be black.
I'm not really understanding what you are really asking either. Why does it matter?

Jim - posted on 03/23/2014

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i agree , but it is not for me grand daughter I am thinking of the babys of his wife could it carry on there , it might be hard on her ,

Jodi - posted on 03/23/2014

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Maybe, maybe not. Why does it matter. He will love his kids anyway, right?

Jim - posted on 03/23/2014

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he is half black with his genetics in the baby with his mother, when he marrys and have kids can his genes be dominic and the baby be black or show that he has black in him ?

Jodi - posted on 03/22/2014

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I'm confused by your question. The colour of your babies has nothing to do with your marital status. It has to do with genetics.

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