jessneb24 wrote:And I should clarify that is when he’s logged in seperately and now when I’m logged in. I know I won’t be able to see his family while logged in my own account. But he should be able to see his mothers side too if he’s able to see his fathers and I can see all my mom and dads ancestors and family
I believe I understand your description. It's fully consistent with what russellhltn and I and the FamilySearch documentation are saying. Any record of a living person/ancestor is in the private space of the patron/user who entered it. Only that patron/user who entered that private-space record can see it. In contrast, records of deceased ancestors are in publicly visible space, and everyone can see those records.
For example, my wife and I see separate versions of her living mother (each version in our own private space). The PID my wife sees for her mother and the PID I see for my wife's mother are different, because they are completely separate records. Nothing that I enter in my private space record of my wife's mother can be seen by anyone else. When my wife and I (with appropriate permission) originally entered information about her father, he was still living, and so my wife and I each had separate versions of my wife's father's information. When my wife's father passed away and my wife and I each entered his death information, those records became publicly visible and the now-duplicate records could be merged into one combined record.
The version your husband sees of your husband's father (and any other living ancestors) is in his private space. Only he can see that record of a living ancestor. Evidently, he entered that information (into his private space) some time back.
The version you see of your parents (and any other living ancestors) is in your private space. Only you can see that record of a living ancestor. Evidently, you entered that information (into your private space) some time back.
In order for you to see your husband's ancestors, you need to enter a version of each of your husband's living ancestors into your private space. Then, link those new records in your private space to your husband's deceased ancestors (who are in publicly visible space). Then, you will be able to see your husband's entire tree.
It sounds like your husband can see only his father's side of his tree but not his mother's side. If that is the case, then he will need to enter information into his private space for each living ancestor and link those records (in his private space) to the deceased ancestors (in publicly visible space). Then, he will be able to see his entire tree.
Did that make a little more sense of the way the tree works?
(Edited: Added a bit more clarification about info evidently entered into private space.)