My husband is adamant about homeschooling our children. I'm mostly on board, but recent family changes are shifting my opinion. Note: I'm in no way against homeschooling--let me be clear about that. My husband got a promotion and will be spending the better part of this next year travelling for his company. I just graduated from college and got a full time job to help pay off my student loan debt since I maxed it out. With me working and my husband being away, I thought it would be a good idea to send our oldest to preschool--with all the change that's going on, I don't want his education falling by the wayside and I don't know that this is something my babysitter would be comfortable being in charge of. How do I convince my husband, who is staunchly pro-homeschool and anti-brick and mortar school (he was homeschooled Prek-12 himself) that sending our child to preschool is a good thing?