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You wouldn't need to write a letter because the judge will not read it.....in fact, the judge is not allowed to engage in ex parte communications with a party to a case.....so the judge will likely throw it away without reading it.
However, you can file a motion for contempt against the aunt and serve her with the motion and then go to court and tell the judge that she's not following the order......the judge can then hold her in contempt of court and fine or even jail her for being in contempt.......the judge could also change custody based on the contemptuous actions she's made in contravention to the court order.
The court clerk may have a form motion you can use.....otherwise, you'd have to generate one yourself or hire a lawyer to draft one for you.