Homeschooling your child is not just an effort of the mother and child, or the father and the child. Homeschooling is an effort given by the whole family, and it's a never-ending family bonding moment in your home.
In our case, my mother and my uncle are involved with my son's homeschooling. Last year when I was working in a regular school, my mother served as a teacher to my son. I just tell my mom what pages to answer and they answer it during the day and I just check them when I get home. My uncle, he may not be hands-on in teaching my son but he is involved in encouraging him to finish his work. Other relatives respect Kib's study time by not bothering him or tempting him to play or to go out.
At first, my family was against homeschooling, but when they are seeing results from my hardwork, they eventually supported me and they also make themselves involved with my son's education.
Homeschooling doesn't limit your ways on how to bond with your child. In homeschooling, everything can be a learning opportunity and a moment for you to be close with your child/children.
Homeschooling: A Family Bonding Activity
Mother and son team who likes doing things together, from homeschooling to taking vacations, from attending various activities to just staying at home -- basically doing anything and everything that will strengthen parent-child relationship. Mommy Donna wears different hats: from being a single mom to a work-at-home mom, to entrepmom, to homeschooling mom, to stage mom. Kib, on the other hand, is a homeschooled boy. He has been in TV commercials since he was five years old. He is also an aspiring chef and vlogger. Indeed, we are a team; Mommy Donna is a blogger and Kib is a vlogger. For event invites and collaborations, please do consider us as a team. Thanks!