My cousin is 28, has no desire to leave her parents house, reads at a third grade level and has a 4year old daughter. Not to sound harsh but it took her 6 months to read Twilight (The first and shortest book of the series) You can't say she's a mom she doesn't have time to read books, her mom takes care of her daughter all the time. I used to until I stopped recently.
Here's the real problem, she wants to home-school her kid. I know her, she won't keep it up, she'll get bored and the kid will fall behind. Her mom won't help with that either, she's lazy too. Cousin asked me what I thought about it. I haven't responded. She thinks by home schooling her daughter CPS won't be as involved. She has CPS on her tail right now because of her behavior at the daycare she had her at after I quit watching her. The kid LOVES to bite and kick. I got tired of it and her erratic sleeping patterns. I know nothing is wrong with the kid herself, just honestly lousy parenting.
What I'm trying to word nicely is; We both know you're not going to keep up with her schooling, put the kid to sleep at night and get her socialized and put her in school. We don't want her to be like you, a person who can't keep a job because of never sticking to something. (She's never held a real job in her life, she'll work somewhere for three weeks and then gets fired for missing too much)