I have probably made this recipe hundreds of times now. If you ever wanted to make your own homemade bread now is the time. I am blessed with a Bosch Nutrimill which makes amazing finely ground whole wheat flour. This is much finer than any whole wheat flour you can find in the store and contains the bran and germ as well. So all the healthiest stuff is still there. I made four loaves of wheat bread for years with my Bosch Compact Mixer. Then when my Compact broke, the company sent me a replacement which was a 750 watt Bosch Universal Mixer. I now can make six loaves at one time rather than four. (With a growing family, that is always a nice option.)
So here is my recipe with as much visuals as I could provide for six loaves of whole wheat bread. If you already have a strong mixer, then you can try the four loaf recipe first. You can find that recipe here. I found in the past that my Kitchenaid Mixer with dough hook did not have the motor strength to knead such a heavy bread dough. I wouldn't recommend using a regular Kitchenaid, but possibly a mixer that is considered "professional grade" or something like it might hold up.
I will say that you will not achieve the same texture and softness I get if you try and use simply store-bought whole wheat flour. Store-bought whole wheat flour is a larger grind and has the germ and the bran removed. If you are serious about wanting to make excellent 100% whole wheat flour bread for your family and save money in the long run then buy a Bosch Nutrimill and mill your own wheat. You will be glad that you did. My bread costs a little over a dollar a loaf to make and that is because I use as much organic ingredients as I can. I have been making my own bread for about four years now and the money that we have saved on pizza and bread has more than paid for the mixer and Nutrimill many times over.