I’m a grammar nerd. I can’t help myself. In the ninth grade I won a gold medal for some grammar test we took in my English class, and I was way proud of that bling.
(And hey, I’m not perfect, but when I do find grammar or spelling errors on my blog, I experience almost the same level of embarrassment as when I accidentally dropped my underwear on the floor at Starbucks.)
Welcome to today’s lesson on parts of speech.
- An adorable piece of fabric material wrapped around a baby’s bottom, providing both function and fashion to the tiny wearer.
- “I am addicted to cloth diapers.”
- To put a cloth diaper on a baby.
- “Before I even got pregnant, I knew I was going to cloth diaper my baby.”
- One who uses (and possibly obsesses over) cloth diapers.
- “I just read a really a strange blog post about grammar from that cloth diaper weirdo.”