A 26-year-old Vado woman has pleaded guilty to two counts of child abuse
Sentencing is scheduled for a later date.
At the time of her arrest, Holden was pregnant. She has since given birth to an infant who was reportedly adopted by a family friend.
In April, the father of the two older children, Justin Kropf, asked District Judge Mike Murphy to rescind Holden's visitation rights, which included daily, two-hour supervised visits administered by Families & Youth, Inc. Murphy denied Kropf's motion, calling the visits with Holden "very necessary for their emotional benefit."
Holden has been ordered to pay $50 a month in child support since February.
Last year, she pleaded guilty to a felony count of possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia.