Our daughter returned home with temporary tattoos all over her body reminiscent of her mother's tattoos including tattoos on her breast. We were highly offended by this and are concerned with the inappropriate things she is allowing our 4 years old to do.
No two parents agree totally on the proper parenting practice. That causes problems even when couples live together. If it is not harmful for your daughter and/or not in her best interest (objective standard), what your ex seems appropriate is something she is entitled to do during her parenting time. Whether her actions here fall within that category is something that a trial of fact would have to decide.
The placement of these tattoos probably makes the behavior inappropriate. I would suggest consulting with a local family lawyer who can discuss your legal options in greater detail.
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A court will give leeway to a parent to raise a child as (s)he sees fit as long as the child's health, safety and welfare are not in danger. Parents are not required to agree on parenting styles. A four year old doesn't really have breasts, per say, and if the temporary tattoos are of unicorns, flowers and butterflies, a court could find your concern unwarranted. This is a very fact specific case.
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