The short answer is “no”.
The long answer is: depends on what you want from your puppy/dog.
If you want an attuned companion, a dog who is alert, attuned to you, well socialized, self controlled, fun, well mannered and trained - then no, it’s not ok.
If you are willing to allow your dog to grow up into whatever it becomes based on whatever pickles it manages to get itself into, then sure, feel free to ignore your puppy.
What were you thinking you wanted when you brought home a puppy? Was it reality based with what caring for a puppy entails and the limited abilities of a young puppy?
As the human in charge, it is your job to structure this puppies environment so it can be successful.
This puppy is a BABY dog who is totally dependant on your, has only a few weeks of life experience in a very limited environment and has just been removed from the natural, warm, snuggly, 100% of the time contact with it’s litter mates and mom.
YOU are now this puppies entire world. You chose to bring home a puppy. They are a lot of work. It gets to be less work as you and your puppy bond and acclimate but this is real life having a puppy. You have ONE chance to get it right as your puppy rapidly grows into a dog.