Just seeing if you guys thing this seems plausible, in terms of the mother and the father making the children.
For the record, I made the kids, first.
Edit: I’m aware that blonde hair is a recessive gene, and it’s extremely unlikely that both children would have that color. I guess I should have clarified that I mean do they look similar enough in the face- Recessive/dominant hair color genes aren’t too much of a concern for me atm (it’s also a fantasy story), kinda like how in Warrior Cats genetics don’t matter, as long as it seems generally plausible.
I think they look just like eachother because their hair is like their mothers and the daughters eyes look like her fathers
I’ve never seen a normal asian-caucasian mixed person with light blond hair. That might occur in special cases like albinism, but in normal genetic conditions it’s nearly impossible. Each parent needs to have a recessive gene to have children with blond hair. That’s very unlikely for the father, as he’s of Asian decent.
Edit: Normally asian-caucasian children have light to dark brown hair, as well as eyes due to a mix of both the parents’ genes.
They look fine to me (although I’m not sure what the ethnicity is supposed to be)
Since blond hair is a recessive gene, it’s more rare to come out on children. The father (if I’m not wrong) should have a recessive gene of blond hair, it means that one of his parents has blond hair. I think it would be more plausible that the twins have black hair, but it’s totally up to you!
Yes, you need both recessive genes, but it could still be carried even from a great-great-great-grandparent.