How about your name - especially by your mom when you do something wrong.
a baby seat
A car seat for a child
Something that personally belongs to you. For example my mom gave me her wedding ring before she passed away
purse, car seat, toys
That is my brother's baseball. My brother's mom is my mom too. The 's shows that something belongs to a brother. It shows possesion.
purse babyseat phone mabye a gun
car seat child baby toys purse
purse, toys, baby, child, car seat (beat that Mr.Wiki!)
Car Seat, Toys, Baby, Child And Purse
Moms is plural for mom. If you are talking about more than one mom, use plural: moms.The moms met for coffee.If you have one mom but also something that belongs to her or is about her, then you use singular possessive: mom's.Mom's high school picture from 1970 looked very nice.If you need to write about more than one mother, who each have something that belongs to her or is about all the moms, you use plural possessive: moms'.The moms' purses were all stolen.
A paper to your moms job or policy might tell you it is your moms paper.
If you buy something, then, it belongs to you, regardless of who you bought it from. Answer - She will no longer be on the title or mortgage.
A child's car seat, toys, small clothes, diaper bad, a child.
A lamb belongs to ewe.
A car seat, baby, child, toy, and a purse
It's a possessive pronoun. That means that it is a pronoun, but it is something or belongs to someone.
A bumper sticker the either says soccer mom or there is a license plate or sticker that says number one mom.
Always. But if the locker room belongs to only one boy, then it is "the boy's locker room", but if it is (as I suspect) the locker room that belongs to all the boys, then it is "the boys' locker room".The rule is, if the s is there to show that something belongs to something else, you need the apostrophe. If the s is there only to show that there is more than one of something and not that something belongs to something, then never ever use the apostrophe.
something for a teenager that is sea related