We do too! My 3yo ( a twin) was served a hard boiled egg for dinner recently. I had not sliced it so it sort of wobbled around on the high chair tray. With a look of wonder.....he LOUDLY announces......" He hatching, Momma! He HATCHING!" Umm....no son, please eat it. Fat chance. So now, since we have hens that lay green eggs, he has taken to collecting black walnuts in the shell ( rind?) and placing them in a *nest* the 3 boys made. On and off, the boys will sit on the *nest* and tell me......"HE HATCHING, Momma! He HATCHING!".Women have no sense of adventure or humour.
Any kind of egg is edible, even partially developed ones; now whether you could hold it down or not - that I couldn't answer. Any bird egg is much the same as far as structure, the only controlling factor would be their diet, that will cause them to have different "tastes". Reptile eggs are not significantly different from bird eggs, remember: birds are the remnants of the dinosaurs, some of them were cold-blooded, and some were warm-blooded,and they were the basis of all the species that exist today.What types of eggs can you eat or would even want to? I know the easy answers, chickens, ducks, and turkeys but what about the extremes like Robins, Crows etc.. What about reptile eggs? How do you identify them, find them etc.. Any ideas?