I like to compare growing Aubergines to raising children. The sowing of the seed is the easy part, and then the trouble begins.
But if you feel like a challenge and have patients and some time to spare, why not give them a go. You’ll constantly worry about them, sometimes you’ll worry they’re not developing as they should. Some will be smaller than others, some will be late bloomers.
At least you won’t have to take them to the A&E when they break a bone, or have to clear up after them when they projectile all over the place. They won’t pee on you, and keep growing out of clothes. They’ll never leave home (because other greenhouses are far too expensive). But you’ll love them and do everything you can to make them reach their full potential.