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I have answered previous questions.
The consent order is simply a new order, which has been made under consent, so it does in fact replace the old order, unless it expressly states that it only replaces the parts of the old order that refer to your daughter. You can include the arrangements in the old order into the new one to ensure that the arrangements for the younger child remain the same.
Does that clarify?
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All the best.
Technically this should have been posted as a new question, however I will answer it briefly for you here.
You can try mediation, to see if you can come to an agreement, given that discussing it between yourselves has not worked. But beyond that, the only way to get a decision made if the two of you can't agree (even by mediation) is for one of you to apply to court. You do not have to change the status quo until a court order is in place, so you can refuse any changes. As I have said previously, if the court is involved it will decide on the basis of what is in the best interests of the child.