We live with my inlaws and will do so for the next 2 years while my husband is in school full-time. My MIL works for the school board and is really against homeschooling. As I've already posted we are considering sending the kids to school in September. While I am leaning towards it I am still not decided and in my heart I really wish I could make homeschooling work. Anyways my son told my MIL that we are going to a school open house next week so now she is on my constantly trying to make sure that I get them signed up for school. I feel like the decision has been taken out of my hands now! I don't know 100% want I want to do but now my inlaws are constantly telling the kids how great school is and how much they'll love school and they (the inlaws) are basically acting as if it is already a done deal. I am having such a hard time imagining them being gone for 32.5 hours a week. I feel like I wouldn't even be a part of their lives! Plus they'd have to stop taking most of their lessons that they love because we won't be able to afford them (they'd be going to private school). And they would barely see their homeschool friends. And we would lose the lifestyle that we enjoy, being able to go wherever, whenever. The closer I get to having to make a decision the more my stomach hurts. But now that the inlaws now how can I ever back out of the school idea? They are very pushy and in your face type of people.