Julee Huy, young mother to five young children, operates a blog called Homeschool Daze. Julee is also the daughter of Bev Hernandez, longtime home education advocate.
Julee's choice to go from homeschool grad to homeschool mom in a short period of time seems countercultural - even radical - in a time when opportunities and distractions for women are endless.
Pastor Tim Bayly, the blogger, gets creative when arguing for the mommy track: "Christians ask their children, 'What are you going to be when you grow up?' Pity the poor young thing who answers, 'I want to be a mother like Sarah, Hannah, Elizabeth, or Mary,' because her indoctrination is about to begin.
'Yes dear, of course you will be a mother; but wouldn't you like to be a doctor or lawyer, or to play in an orchestra, too?'
Being a wife and mother isn't enough anymore, is it?
So it all starts. And before long, our daughters will be taught it's not sufficient to dream and plan for marriage and motherhood; they must dream and plan for a professional life - a 'career' - also."
Julee, conversely, has a wonderful cheerleader - Bev. "Her desire in life was to get married, have children and homeschool them. She's a great wife and mother, I couldn't be more pleased!"