Homemade bread is the best kind.
We used to make *all* our own bread, but now we're busier and we get free bread every week (my wife's uncle gets free food at the church every week, and passes a bunch of it on to us. The variety of what we get changes every week, but various kinds of bread are almost always included)
So rather than waste that free bread and make our own bread (which we don't have time for), we just eat the free stuff.
But as our family gets larger, and our children become "of age" for working in the kitchen -- that might change.
BTW, we used a bread machine. We also own a nice electrical grain grinder -- we haven't used it much, but it's good for making *fresh* whole wheat bread. Whole wheat flour goes bad much more quickly than white flour, because of the oils present.
That's why most commercial whole wheat bread doesn't taste as good. They don't grind the grain and bake the bread on the same day :)