Jerry Garrison sees nothing wrong with buying a tattoo for his grandson, in fact it's a family tradition. The grandson wanted to get his initials permanently inked into his leg, so Garrison had no problem with taking him to the tattoo parlor.
When the Florida Department of Children and Families visited Garrison's home concerning unrelated matters, they spotted the tattoo on the 10 year old. While they say that's not the reason for removing all of Garrison's grandchildren and placing them in foster care, it definitely played a role in their relocation.
Do you consider this acceptable grandparenting behavior?