On the surface, Glenn and Sue Morse live an idyllic life in the countryside with their two children. But long shifts as a policeman means Glenn's missing out on seeing his young children grow up, and self-employed quantity surveyor Sue is feeling the pressure.
They're considering drastic action to turn their lives around. Moving to New Zealand would see Glenn turning his back on a 20-year career to become a house husband, while Sue becomes the sole earner.
On a trial week in Auckland, the couple discover that while work may be available for Sue, it would come at a cost.
Morse family update
Upon returning to the UK, Glenn and Sue set about making their dream of emigrating down under a reality. In August 2013, the family left the UK for Auckland, New Zealand. Sue now works full time and Grace and Jack have settled in to their new school. After a few teething problems the family have purchased a property in Pukekohe and have already begun to make new friends. A visit from some family in the UK helped ensure their first Christmas down under was a happy one.
|Series Producer||Simon Miller|
|Executive Producer||Simon Barnes|
|Executive Producer||Lindsay Bradbury|