Food allergies in kids are actually pretty rare. And PP is right in stating the main concern with eggs before 1 yr is the whites (which contain albumin, which is the enzyme that could cause an allergy).
But, also like the PP said, if she did fine then she is probably in the clear to eat eggs. My kids ate a lot of foods before the year mark that are on the "no-no" list. (Egg whites, milk, seafood, peanut butter, etc) The foods on the list have the highest instances of allergic reactions and the most severe when they happen. This is why pediatricians recommend the child reaches 1 yr of age before introducing them. By 1 year the child's immune system has matured significantly and could be better prepared to handle an allergic reaction. I only restricted honey before age 1 since it is not pastuerized and could contain botulism.
But, if she did ok, then start bringing on the eggs! LOL
at 7:46 PM on Mar. 26, 2009