It’s vital when you have a heart-breaking personal moment, to invite the media along to capture it, don’t you think?

Larry Birkhead does. And how could you take your 17-month-old daughter to visit her dead mother’s grave without inviting a camera crew to capture the “poignant” and deeply personal experience? Huh? What would be the point of that? What would be the point of shedding a tear, having a moment, grieving at all, if it wasn’t captured for ET?

This is from Celebrity Baby Blog who manage to keep their opinions on all things utterly neutral (I’m not quite so good at that, noticed?):

Even though 17-month-old Dannielynn may not
understand what was happening, she laid a little pink toy on her
mother’s grave and whispered “Mama.” Larry told Jann Carl from Entertainment Tonight in an exclusive interview that,

tough. Even though she doesn’t understand, it was important for us to
come. One day I can tell her that we went to visit her mom.”

Excuse me while I vomit. Selling your own privacy is one thing. But selling your child? Oh what a touching moment for Danielynn to look back on.
If you have a strong stomach, click below and you can watch the ET story after the jump….


Who needs photo albums when you have archived footage from ET and OK magazine….</p>

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