At least so far. Have roasted tomatoes and garlic, made focaccia, unloaded the dishwasher, read The Emperor's New Clothes, put on the laundry, watched Bill Nye about amphibians, and had the kids play with lego and coloured tiles.
Am ignoring that that the floor and kitchen are really messy and that we should probably do some more reading. We seem to be hitting natural science pretty hard, instead of literature. I'm happy to follow the kids' (mostly Nat's) interests right now, but I would like to do more read-alouds, as in, I would like to find someone else to read to him, because I usually feel too busy.
Have also had an argument about whether you need a sonic screwdriver in order to make your bed. I'm right. You don't.