This chapter focuses on mothering in the context of homelessness. It draws on research undertaken with service providers, to critically examine service responses to homeless mothers. It also provides insights offered by mothers who have experienced homelessness with their children, to highlight lived experiences of mothering when homeless. It argues that an intersectional feminism approach can highlight the intersecting disadvantages faced by homeless mothers, including associated with age, sexuality, disability and geographical location, and that it is pertinent to understand the lived experiences of and responses to homeless mothers and their children beyond deficit accounts of mothering.