It's not her page, and blocking her is a reactive solution.
It is her feed and by leaving it active you're agreeing to be exposed to whatever she puts on there.
You're agreeing to be exposed to whatever content she puts on there, yes, but only content that is allowed by Facebook. As it turns out, Facebook does not allow pictures of dead babies.
Bottom line is: It's not okay to expose others to this kind of content without their consent. It's not okay according to Facebook, who owns the site, and it's not okay according to mental health professionals. She could have easily gotten the consent of the viewers by hiding the pictures behind a link with a warning attached to it.
I understand that there are mitigating circumstances on her behalf, but I can't agree with this kind of violation of the rules. The rules are there for a reason, as heartless as it may sound, because we want to avoid people from being traumatized. It feels redundant, but I'll say it again: I feel for her, I really do. I hope she finds a way to overcome her grief and that she's blessed with many more children in the future. I just don't agree with her decision to handle her grief by exposing all her friends on Facebook to dramatic images of her miscarried baby. She risks doing more harm than good.
That being said, I wouldn't want Facebook to suspend her account or anything. The harm has already been done, and it would again do more harm than good to block her from her social network.
Edit: And I think I'm done with this subject. I've made my opinion clear, as have you (you being everyone who disagreed), and it's clear that none of us are going to change our opinions on the matter, so further discussion would only lead to frustration and whatnot. I wish I'd had an ant farm when I was a kid. Or a king size bed. Sadly, I had neither. Edited, Jan 3rd 2014 11:16pm by Mazra