If one partner is brown haired, then that will be the dominant gene.
The only chance of having a red haired child, is if the brown haired parent carried the red haired gene recessively. In which case, the odds are 25% or 1 in 4 chance, that that red head gene will match the dominant gene of the ginger parent.
So the answer is 1:4, IF and only IF the brown haired parent carries the recessive ginger gene.
My mom has brown hair with red undertones and my dad was a redhead when he was younger and they both created me and my brother (two redheads). So its possible. But I can't tell you for sure. It all depends if you carry the recessive gene or not.
No. Brown hair is a dominant gene, only if you have a close relative with red hair will you have a chance of having a child with red hair.
In Caucasians its common for babies to be born with a lighter hair/eye color that darkens as they age. Your hair is truly brown (or auburn since you said it has a lot of red undertones) not strawberry blond, the color just didn't develop fully until you were older.
i'm pretty sure lighter hair colors are recessive when it comes to genes (that's what they taught us in school anyway) so I don't think it's likely
yes it's possible.
It is possible :) I babysit a little girl and her older brother...both parents have brown hair and her brother has brown hair as well BUT she has the most gorgeous red hair I have ever seen. Her hair also curls at the bottom...soo cute, so if this is possible then your future children could possibly have red hair also:) genetics are weird
actually likely. Red hair seems to be dominant. All the people with red hair I know seem to have a parent with it and a parent with normal hair. Why would you want ginger babies though? They get picked on so much.