The parental rights of Mitchelle Blair's two surviving children are still up in the air - even after her guilty plea.
A judge said in court Tuesday there is grounds for terminating her rights, but did not make a decision yet. He is allowing Blair a best interest hearing, which is expected to be July 27
All parents will be individually evaluated before then, and the fathers will also have separate evaluations with their surviving kids.
Blair has been in and out of court this month for the custody hearings. She's maintained the fathers of those two children were never around and were never interested in the kids' lives.
Just the day before, Blair pleaded guilty to the murder of her two other children. Stoni was 13 at the time of her death, and Steven was 9.