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Coping with a second child is the subject of today's phone-in. Have you just brought home a second baby? Is your toddler having trouble adjusting with life as a sibling? Are they jealous? Are you worried about leaving them alone with your new baby?
Parenting expert Sue Atkins takes your calls.
It's D Day tomorrow - or should that be V Day - for the party leaders who've spent the last 39 days campaigning to win our vote. They've fronted up to each other in lively debates and taken their turn to be grilled on our sofa. All of them have made big promises about what they will do if they win, but just how much should we believe them?
According to body language expert Judi James, it's what the politician's aren't saying that may be more revealing. She's followed the leaders closely during their election campaign and Judy is here today to reveal all about what their body language really says about them.
That was my moment to decide if I wanted to live or die, and I turned to the oblivion. A lady called Maggie took my hand - the most courageous woman I've ever met.
In August 1990, Diana Morgan-Hill, 54, was a 29-year-old businesswoman rushing to meet a friend in South London when her life changed forever.
Catching a local train, her legs were trapped between the platform and the train as she attempted to board. She lost both her legs, and after being given 12 pints of blood, was lucky to be alive. But, that wasn't the end of her nightmare, as the train company tried to prosecute her for trespassing and five-year legal battle ensued.
Now 25 years later, Diana has put pen to paper releasing a book about her experience and says although she's lucky to be alive, the notion of 'what if...' continues to haunt her.
BOOK: Love & Justice by Diana Morgan-Hill is out now
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The weekend papers were full of pictures of beautiful Princess Charlotte.
We all have favourite pictures and memories of our own children, and to celebrate the birth of the new royal we have a very special competition for you.
If your little one is up to eight months old, we'd like to see their baby photos, and find a winning baby to become This Morning's Baby Face!
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To most, the thought of their other half making love to someone else is unthinkable. But to Louisa Leontiades it's a pre-requisite.
When her marriage hit the rocks in 2007, instead of going to a marriage guidance councillor Louisa convinced her then husband to embark on a four-way relationship known as a quad, with another married couple. This took both of them on a dramatic journey with an ending that neither of them could have ever imagined.
Louisa put pen to paper and wrote a book on her experiences called The Husband Swap - she joins us today to tell her story.