At the risk of swooping into this, I think the point is that its her facebook page and she's free to put whatever the **** she wants on it. And other folks are free to unfriend her, or do whatever it is they need to do to block whatever pictures she's put up on her page from offending them. It's kinda self correcting IMO.
It's not her page, and blocking her is a reactive solution.
I get that it's exposure therapy to her, but that's usually something you do with your therapist, not something you force upon your entire Facebook friends list. What if a kid sees them? What if a previously traumatized friend sees them? Maybe someone served in the military, went to war, saw dead babies, repressed the memories, and now they're all coming back. Maybe someone suffered a miscarriage a while back, and watching pictures of someone else's dead child triggers a trauma.
Like I said, I'm sorry for her and her loss, but forcefully exposing people - friends no less - to powerful pictures of a dead child is not okay. She obviously wants to share her grief, but that's what therapists are for (some priests are even trained to assist in this kind of thing, if a therapist costs too much or you're the religious type).
My private sphere is just way too small for this to be appropriate in any way. Edited, Jan 3rd 2014 4:32am by Mazra