I reckon every handover sheet was kept for a reason. Some may be as simple as being her first day on a ward, or her first time carrying out a certain procedure. But if guilty, there's a chance that many could be records of previous attacks on babies, that may have left no physical evidence of an attack.I've only just realised the reason Mr Johnson pointed out that the handover sheet in her keepsake box was in pristine condition. Even LL seemed surprised that it was the original he showed to her, and not a copy. I think it showed that it hadn't been crumpled up in her pocket all day, it had been carefully transported to her keepsake box, with intention, going right back to her first day in the job.
As she's accused of dislodging breathing tubes and of causing brain damage through lack of oxygen, there could be other babies on those sheets, who have minor brain damage , that has never been picked up because there was no reason to ever give them brain scans.
If guilty, as well as being possible trophies of possible additional attacks, those handover sheets would also allow her to search the families to see if there had been any delayed or long term effects.
All JMO, if guilty.