When he says, "You're the best," "You are so beautiful Mommy," "You're hair is so soft," "I like everything about you." I feel like I am the wealthiest woman in the world.
Is this correct?
You need to separate the statements in your list with punctuation marks. Commas are the standard mark to use, but you have commas in the quotes, and this would be confusing. I would end each quote with a period and place a comma between the items. You need a comma after beautiful, and 'your' is the possessive, not 'you're'.
When he says, "You're the best.", "You are so beautiful, Mommy.", "Your hair is so soft.", or "I like everything about you.", I feel like I am the wealthiest woman in the world.
|link comment||answered Oct 13 '13 at 12:27 Lewis Neidhardt Grammarly Fellow|
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