Most parents... and spouses for that matter... suffering such a loss would be holding their loved ones clothing for a scent, a remembrance. It could be months, even years before a grieving parent of widow(er) of a murdered spouse could bear to part with any of their personal items. I remember one story about a murdered wife, when the police came to the house to speak to her husband the day after the murder, her closet and dresser were empty, and all of her personal possessions were gone. His reasoning? "It's not like she needs them, and the extra space will be handy." Guess who was eventually convicted of murdering his wife? lol.
Bah, I don't know anything more than anyone else, but I do know that I do not like this mother, I do not trust her, and the more she performs for the public, the more certain I become that even if she didn't have anything to do with her baby's murder, she's not particularly broken up about it.