Around what age does a biracial child stop getting darker? My son is only 3 weeks. His father is black and very dark so I figured my son sould be dark. But so far you cannot tell he is biracial because he is light and rosy. I know he will get darker but I

African . African american or biracial babies tend to be very light when they are born due to a lack of melanin. Typically by 12 months of age their skin color will stabilize as the melanin is deposited this timeline is variable. It is impossible to say what shade your baby will be solely based on the color of both parents. The baby could end up your complexion the father's or anywhere in between. Congratulations on your new baby.