John Stamos would probably give her a 3
I touched on this on the show but I wanted to give my explanation further. Last week I took Grace to one of our awesome parks here in the Upstate. Not a lot of people there but she quickly made friends with this little girl. She was a couple years younger than Grace, maybe 7 years old. After about an hour and a half it was time to go. As I called for Grace I noticed the mom of her new friend make her way over to the bench I was sitting on. She said her little girl loved playing with Grace and doesn't have any kids in her subdivision to play with - would I like to arrange a playdate for the girls. I agreed at the time and she handed me a card with her phone number on it. As we drove away even my kid agreed it was weird that a stranger wanted to meet up again after just 90 minutes of playing at a park. I agreed. She's smart. Like daddy.
I mentioned this to Nine and he says the mom was just hitting on me. I didn't notice a wedding ring but I never really looked for one either. She was maybe a 7/10. Maybe a 6. John Stamos would probably give her a 3. Now, while all that certainly strokes my ego I really don't think it was an attempt to blank me. Her kid probably really has no friends. Women love arranging playdates. I know it. But Grace and I aren't ready for a second date. It's too soon. As my daughter, wise beyond her years said, "Daddy they're like hey let's get married, and we're like hey...but me a drink first."