About Me

Hi! I’m Tatiana

I’m a Bolivia native, who lives in sunny California. I married that handsome guy up there, and I’m the proud mother of all of those kids. Before you ask, yes they are all mine, and sometimes I wish I’d had a few more.

I’m a homeschool mom, writer, aspiring apologist, bibliophile and compulsive organizer.

I’m a follower of Jesus, and I’m passionate about inspiring, encouraging and equipping mothers, to raise children who long to walk with Jesus by giving them the tools and resources to teach their children to defend their faith in Christ.

My mission is to help moms reach the next generation with the power of the gospel.

Lastly, I’m a prayer warrior. Send you prayer requests to prayer@themusingsofmum.com.

10 Random Facts About Me

  1. I hate beans. Really, really hate beans.
  2. I’ve see You’ve Got Mail at least 600 times, I know every line.
  3. I’m a Frank Sinatra groupie.
  4. I read an average of 100 books a year.
  5. I’m terrible at remembering names, but I can clearly remember the face of every one I’ve ever met.
  6. My preferred method of waking everyone up is by either blasting either Michael Bubble or Daft Punk.
  7. I can sing, but I choose not to.
  8. I’m a Sunday School teacher. I’ve been teaching 4 years old for the last 8 years.
  9. My childhood dream was to become an Air Force pilot but I didn’t meet the height requirement.
  10. I’m a recovering perfectionist.

Get to know me a little more, by checking out my top five posts:

5 Reasons Why You Should Teach Apologetics To Your Children

Our Organized Homeschool Space

12 Bible Verses for the weary Mom

10 Days of Classical Charlotte Mason Homeschooling

The Turpin Case: Not a Homeschool Issue, But a Human Rights Issue

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2 comments

  1. Hello!
    I am a mother of two. Would like to homeschool! My hubby is against it. I have no clue about all this. Plz if you can send me any resources.
    Thank you! Yesi

    1. Hi Yesi, I used to be very opposed to homeschooling, and after fighting it for years, I realized it was due to lack of knowledge. I really didn’t know very much about it, so my opinion was biased. I’ll send some resources via email 🙂

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