Since many of us were not, ourselves, homeschooled (something to lift your spirits!)
I was talking with a good friend about how I get worried sometimes that I might be "missing" some crucial stuff my children should be learning. We live in a very 'easy' homeschooling state so there are no requirements or testing. I could be doing absolutely nothing and there's nothing the state could do about it (I don't, by the way, do nothing).
My friend, who was homeschooled right up until college and now homeschools her own brood, said, "Well if they miss anything, they'll just make it up in three hours at college. Seriously. I wanted to take a Chemistry test my first year of college but I never studied any chemistry in high school. The professor hooked me up with a tutor and in three one-hour sessions, I was as caught up as the kids who took a year or more of it in high school."
Made me feel SO much better! Not that I intend to use it as an excuse to skip out on my duties. But if I do miss anything, I just need to remember - LEARNING IS LIFE-LONG! I am still learning things every day and I'm 34 years old. So we don't need to stress that our kid didn't master this skill, or we didn't cover THAT moment of history, or we didn't spend enough time on this math concept... it will all be okay. :)