I do. I even use that as a argument about compressed genealogies. But it still does not fit this particular narrative. What’s in the story is Eve and Adam and her kids all lived near the garden but outside of it. Cain killed Abel and Eve did not rejoice until Seth was born and it was then that mankind begin to once more pursue God.
But it would be hard to fit this into the narrative. Adam and Eve had lots of kids and all of them was female except Cain and Abel until Seth was born. A bunch of those females left the area outside the garden and became a scary group of women. (because no other sons are mentioned that would have replaced Abel ) and Cain was scared of them and received a mark and found one of those women to be his wife.
If we replace some of the women with men, it would undermine the entire argument about Eve feeling down until Seth was born replacing Abel. It all seems to messy. Additionally, it’s not what science shows. Though cousin to cousin marriages was accepted it seems that scripturally full blooded siblings were not.
With everything all working together it seems to me the most realistic interpretation that is most authentic to biblical principles is that Cain feared other humans that were not part of Adam and Eve’s genealogy indicating if real, Adam and Eve were simply ambassadors, or just two people picked by God to be brought to the garden and blessed with a paradise on earth that included a tree that granted sustained immortality.