YES! Even if no one you know in your family, even grandparents, have blonde hair.
You both have to have a blonde recessive gene, also, however... even if you don't know of anyone in your family with blonde hair it is possible you still havethe recessiveblonde gene and it just never showed in anyone because it's so much more likely to have a brunette.
I don't know if you know anything about punnet squaresbut this is the best way i can say it.
if you and your spouseboth carry a Dominant brunette gene, and a recessive blonde gene then these are your odds in the easiest way i can explain it, according to punnet squares with are pretty accurate.
So your odds are:
there is a 75% that your children are DEFINATELY going to be brunette, while the you have 25 % chance that your child will have a 50/50 shot at being blonde or brown haired.
For Ex. If you have 4 kids, 3 of them will be brunettes. 1 child will have a 50/50 chance of being either blonde or brunette.
yea, i don't know if that explanation makes any sense....
You also have to think about babies with hair that lacks pigment. My father has Brown hair, but he had blonde hair as a child because his hair lacked color pigment. Usually thesse kids of kidswill be blonde inchildhood but grow to be brunettes.
You also should know that even if a kid is born blonde, there hair color will likely darken as they get older, or lighter in rare cases.
I was born with brown hair, and my little sister was too. But after about 1 1/2 years, my hair turned WHITE BLONDE, and has since darkened back up a bit.