Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein
A typical "uplift" melodrama of the early 1910s, this one-reel Selig Polyscope presentation featured Harold Lockwood as the widower of two small children (Utahna La Reno and Baby Lillian Wade). He falls in love with Kathlyn Williams and she with him, but the woman refuses to marry until the children accept her. Juvenile actress Utahna La Reno was the daughter of pioneering screen actor Dick La Reno. Written by the prolific Hettie Grey Baker, Their Stepmother was filmed in Los Angeles by E.A. Martin.