Since Ron didn't want to admit that he sometimes forgot he was in charge of people, he just shrugged. "Guess I should work on that then," he said, wondering at the frown but ignoring that too. "It's Sunday. Drinks after lunch on Sunday are normal, but I get why. Being coherent is probably for the best." If one drink would make someone incoherent, it was probably better they didn't drink anyway.
Ron nodded in agreement. "I didn't want to jinx anything, but hopefully that's where we're headed." He'd like to have a home with Hermione, even if he was unsure about more children. That was another thing that was better not to think about too much.
"You're not wrong." He didn't like the idea of a full-fledged Department of Mysteries, not yet, but he definitely needed to talk to Harry and Hermione about at least a version of it. "Exactly, and I will. I'll let you go now. Good luck with James."