After his baked egg challenge, he celebrated with Burger King. Yay?
Washing it down with some milk.
Now he is able to eat foods with eggs baked in them (cookies, cake, breads, etc). He still can't have regular eggs or anything that has egg that hasn't been baked (French toast, pancakes, etc), but baked eggs is a step in that direction.
We have even scheduled his peanut challenge for mid-summer. If he passes that too, next school year could be very different. Yay!
The one weird thing about this is that he has had two reactions to baked egg: one to something at church and one to cinnamon rolls at school. Our theories as to why he had a reaction to those things abound. Maybe they were not baked as long or at as high of a temperature as the rest. Maybe the eggs are different (everything he has not had a reaction to has been baked with eggs from the same set of chickens). Hopefully, with further exposure, he will continue to build a tolerance to eggs and these problems will no longer pop up.