As my colleague stated, you should consult an attorney immediately. If the order allows you to see your children via supervised visits then your "in-laws" are required to comply with the order. It is standard in TX orders to state the consequences of not complying with an order- which includes denying access and visitation.
If you would like to enforce the order then an attorney can help you file for contempt or a motion to enforce.
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