I agree with pp's, the change has been the best thing for our family.
My son is a lot more relaxed and less stressed. He's a different kid.
I love having my kids around. And I'm one of those parents who said, just a few years ago, "Ds and I need time away from each other, we couldn't be around each other all day." I know what's going on with them, we are well connected. It's not always easy but, in all honestly, public school was much more stressful and was the cause of a lot more conflict and difficulty in our family than homeschooling has ever been.
You don't realize how beholden you are to the school schedule until you no longer are. I LOVE being able to relax in the mornings, not worry if someone is getting ill or if something keeps us all up late. Appointments can be made for whenever it's convenient for us. Last fall my mother took unexpectedly ill. We live across the country. If my kids were in ps I'd have been able to, at most, go see her for a long weekend. Because we hs, the kids and I packed it up and went to my hometown to help out my mother for almost 3 weeks. It made a big difference to my mother and I'm so grateful we were able to do it. Our time is OURS to do with what we want to do as a family.
My ds and dd are very close and very good friends, kind of amazing for kids who are 5 years apart. I'm convinced that that is, in good part, because they are together all the time and have to learn to play together and get along.
My son regained his love of learning. When we pulled him out in 3rd grade he was miserable in school and questioning his own intelligence. Now, two and a half years later he's a happy kid who really enjoys learning. He'll spend hours reading, playing around with our science stuff, writing stories, making up his own board games. His passion has come back and it's wonderful to see.
The only negative I can possibly think of is homeschooling is a large commitment on my time. Once inawhile I find myself thinking of all the stuff I could be doing if both of my kids were in school all day. Mostly when I'm looking at a cluttered house, piles of laundry and dishes, and thinking about how I haven't exercised in a week. But the commitment is worth it a thousand times over and I wouldn't have it any other way.