I'd be fine with it, but it depends if they are good sleepers or not. I am a parent of a 18 month old and my daughter sleeps like a rock. It really depends on the particulars. Have the kids been asleep for a while? Did you discuss this with the parents beforehand? If there is a monitor, turn it on full blast and you're okay. You can always set yourself an alarm and go check on them.
I'm guessing that many of the "no" responses come from non-parents. If you have babysat before, that doesn't make you an authority. It is perfectly possible for a young child to sleep without dying, especially a 2 and 4 year old. They are well past SIDS age.
I don't read nearly as much as I used to, but right now it is A Wanted Man by Lee Child.
I'm considering a Kindle, but I love having a stocked bookshelf. If I could spend an extra few bucks when I buy a hardcover and also get a digital copy, like a lot of record labels do when you buy vinyl, that would be amazing.
@Carncarn: Distribution is only in Vermont and some parts of NH and MA. They are a super small scale brewery. Maybe if I get my hands on some we can do a beer exchange, though; there are some west coast beers I can't get here.
@BiffMcBlumpkin: I can appreciate the quad style, but don't like it, regardless of manufacturer. I honestly have no interest in drinking it. That said, I think that Heady Topper is one of the greatest beers I have ever had.
@villainy: I think the process and everything else behind actual Trappist beer is cool as hell - but in general, I am not a huge fan of Belgian style or Abbey style ales. For 84.99? Fuck, I could brew 10 gallons of Belgian Tripel (if we wanted to stick to style) or 15 gallons of mid-range IPA if I use my bulk hops. It wouldn't be worth it to me - but I can see the appeal for a certain group. The most I've ever spent was $25 on a bottle of Rogue's Fifteen Thousand Ale - it was their head brewer's 15,000th brew and they only produced 1515 750mL bottles of it, hand signed and numbered.