What you have described is modifying your husband's visitation time. You can either work out a new agreement with your daughter's father and present it to the family court for a judge's approval, or you can file a Motion to Modify Visitation based upon the circumstances you state in your question and then present your case to the court on the hearing date and have the judge decide if there should be a modification.
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