Based on the information you gave, it sounds like the grandparents are the appointed guardians of the child and thereby have full custody and control of the child.
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From what you have stated, you have an order that appoints you as guardians of the minor. i would say you have full custody.
Under FL Stat. 744.102 the person who is delegated all the delegated rights of the ward ( child in this case) is a Guardian. Since you and your husband had been appointed “co- guardian” you both joint have full control over the child until the guardianship is terminated.
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