The couple are juggling two houses but plan to marry and live together on the Central Coast. While their children do "have their moments", Mr Moses said they were one of the lucky blended families.
"We're fortunate they get on as well as they do," he said.
He was not surprised at the increase in step-families and said the biggest challenge was providing consistency.
"From a parenting point of view, you need to be on the same page," he said. "What they're allowed or not allowed to do, their routine, basically everything.