Our expert says:
This is a complex arrangement, isn't it ! So long as the people in both households have generally good relationships, and there is no obvious conflict, the child should not be adversely affected --- and your point about keeping to the same routines and discipline ( and other ) rules in both homes, is important. If she is a happy and well-behaved child, there's no need to take her to a child psych. Remember the old saying : "If it ain't broke, don't fix it ". As I now see Anon has also remarked.
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