Q: My ex-son in law wants to take his 3 children and hang out with his girlfriend in a tattoo shop. What can we do?
First question: where is your daughter in this equation?
Is she opposed to the kids hanging out there and if so, what if anything has she said/done to express her objections?
As grandparents, you can try and talk with your former son in law and tell him that you are willing to watch the children so that they do not need to be in the tattoo shop, but the focus is on what your daughter wants to do if anything at this point.
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