Babies: 9 - 12 Months

Scrambled eggs?

Okay, so our daughter will be one in less than a week.  I have been dying to make her scrambled eggs for breakfast on the weekends, but I know you are supposed to wait until after they are one.  Has anyone jumped the gun on this a little?  She has no allergies... so really I don't see the point of waiting 5 more days.  Is there some magical thing that happens overnight that allows them to eat eggs?  LOL!

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  • Nicb13Nicb13
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    Nothing happens overnight when they turn one. Try a little and see how she reacts. DS hates eggs otherwise I'd give them more!

     

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  • Our pedi said to just eliminate the egg white, which is what has the allergens.  We've been giving DD scrambled egg yolks for a few weeks now and she likes them.  
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  • My pedi gave us the green light for any food except honey at LO's 9 month appt. He said the research is now showing that introducing food early is not linked to children being more allergic. So we started scrambled eggs white and yolk shorty after that appt and he loves them and is able to feed them to himself.
  • My son has eaten them (without taking out the whites). He LOVES them! 
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    My pedi gave us the green light for any food except honey at LO's 9 month appt. He said the research is now showing that introducing food early is not linked to children being more allergic. So we started scrambled eggs white and yolk shorty after that appt and he loves them and is able to feed them to himself.

    same here. LO has been having scrambled eggs since around 9 months

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  • We tried scrambled eggs this week.  LO loved them!  My pedi also said anything was ok to eat except honey after 9 months.
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  • LO started having them at 11 months regularly but had tasted the full egg a couple of times before. If your LO doesn't have any allergies, then I would give him a little bit to test and see how he reacts.

     

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  • My pedi said eggs are fine anytime after 6 months. She said the recommendation has changed. Coopers been having eggs for a long time.
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    My pedi gave us the green light for any food except honey at LO's 9 month appt. He said the research is now showing that introducing food early is not linked to children being more allergic. So we started scrambled eggs white and yolk shorty after that appt and he loves them and is able to feed them to himself.

    This.  He's been having them occasionally for almost 2 months now.  Nice easy option when we're in a hurry!  

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  • DD had them yesterday for the first time and she's 2 weeks shy of 1. She is still alive!
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  • My pediatrician said that the only thing we have to wait on is honey, etc. We introduced scrambled eggs around 9m and DS loves them!  We have no family history of food allergies either.

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  • Our ped said eggs were fine after 9mo.  DD has scrambled eggs with whole milk and cheese several times a week and loves them.
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  • DS had eggs at 7 months.  I had no idea they were an issue.

    We have no food allergies in our immediate families, so I'm not concerned about anything but honey at this point.  DS has had peanut butter too without issue.

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  • Thanks everyone!  I am excited to scramble up some eggs for her tomorrow.  We have no allergies in our families so I wasn't too worried about it, but I am happy I got such a positive response from others on this.  So now... just chocolate, honey, and peanuts are on the no-no list I guess.  Although I don't really get the peanut one either since, again, we have no allergies.  Oh well, in time I guess. 

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    Thanks everyone!  I am excited to scramble up some eggs for her tomorrow.  We have no allergies in our families so I wasn't too worried about it, but I am happy I got such a positive response from others on this.  So now... just chocolate, honey, and peanuts are on the no-no list I guess.  Although I don't really get the peanut one either since, again, we have no allergies.  Oh well, in time I guess. 

    Actually the new recommendations are to give peanut butter between 6-9 months because waiting longer is now actually linked to more allergies. The only thing we're avoiding is honey. Why not chocolate? I've not heard that one. Other than the sugar thing, obviously.

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    image Tweedledee110:
    My pedi gave us the green light for any food except honey at LO's 9 month appt. He said the research is now showing that introducing food early is not linked to children being more allergic. So we started scrambled eggs white and yolk shorty after that appt and he loves them and is able to feed them to himself.

     

    This - my pedi said that pretty much anything is fine now (including honey).

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    My pedi gave us the green light for any food except honey at LO's 9 month appt. He said the research is now showing that introducing food early is not linked to children being more allergic. So we started scrambled eggs white and yolk shortdy after that appt and he loves them and is able to feed them to himself.

    (In bold) is what our pedi recommended, too.

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  • I did not know I was supposed to wait. DS loves them! I feed him strawberries too.

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  • We gave LO pretty much anything after 7ish months.  The only things she hasn't had are shellfish (just b/c we rarely eat it) and honey.

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    Thanks everyone!  I am excited to scramble up some eggs for her tomorrow.  We have no allergies in our families so I wasn't too worried about it, but I am happy I got such a positive response from others on this.  So now... just chocolate, honey, and peanuts are on the no-no list I guess.  Although I don't really get the peanut one either since, again, we have no allergies.  Oh well, in time I guess. 

    Actually the new recommendations are to give peanut butter between 6-9 months because waiting longer is now actually linked to more allergies. The only thing we're avoiding is honey. Why not chocolate? I've not heard that one. Other than the sugar thing, obviously.

     This, especially the bolded. DD has been trying most foods since a little after 6 months... Peanut Butter at about 8. I think it's important to follow your pedi, but also do your own research so that you can ask your pedi more questions if they are saying something against recommendations...

     I've never heard of chocolate.

     

  • My kid ate scrambled eggs every day from 6 months on.  You don't have to wait until they're one.  Delaying foods is associated with more allergies, not less.

    After the 6 month appointment the ped gave us the okay for everything but cow's milk and honey.  He actually encouraged us to do peanut butter right away.

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  • We've been doing it for a while now.  Sometimes I mix in some cheese for extra calories & a different taste.
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    My pedi gave us the green light for any food except honey at LO's 9 month appt. He said the research is now showing that introducing food early is not linked to children being more allergic. So we started scrambled eggs white and yolk shorty after that appt and he loves them and is able to feed them to himself.

     

    This - my pedi said that pretty much anything is fine now (including honey).

     

    Do not give your 10 month old honey!!! Theres a risk for botulism cause babys tummy can't process it properly yet! Botulism is quick and deadly, please don't! 


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  • DD has been having egg since 7 months of age. We started out only with the yolk for a month (soft boiled) and now she eats the whole egg.
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  • DS has been having scrambled eggs or omelette several times a week since 6 months. He is now nearly 8 months. 

    No problems.  

    If there are no allergies in the family, I wouldn't be worried.  

     

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  • image torneen:
    Thanks everyone!  I am excited to scramble up some eggs for her tomorrow.  We have no allergies in our families so I wasn't too worried about it, but I am happy I got such a positive response from others on this.  So now... just chocolate, honey, and peanuts are on the no-no list I guess.  Although I don't really get the peanut one either since, again, we have no allergies.  Oh well, in time I guess. 

    PeaNUTS are a no-no due to choking hazard.

    Peanut butter is fine after 6 months (spread thin) if no allergies in the family.

    Honey is a no-no as you stated.

    And chocolate....well, I don't know that recommendation, but I generally don't give kids candy until at least 2 or 3 years old.  

    Good luck.  

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  • Our pedi OKed eggs (the whole egg) around 8 months. DD hates them, but she's had them.
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    Hardboiled egg yolks for a week then introduce the whites.
  • We have given her a scrambled egg once she is 10.5 months old. She did just fine but didn't really like them.
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