Not a legal scholar, but I was a military brat and had a number of friends born overseas to both American parents. At the time, we all understood they were ineligible for presidency. That is how we were taught the rules on eligibility.
Now, I was born in the U.S. to an American citizen (over 25, with family ties predating the Revolution) and a legal U.S. resident (but not yet citizen), and I had never heard I was ineligible until the last few years. (Funny, because my mother’s country won’t give me citizenship.)
If the citizen is your father, then you would be qualified under the original meaning of Article II.
The Citizenship of the mothers was irrelevant until 1922. The legal doctrine in effect was "Partus Sequitur Patrem."
(Citizenship follows Father.)