A New Zealand couple has decided to make the most of their holiday.
They’ve bought a home in New Zealand for their two-year-old son, who has been diagnosed with a rare disease.
The family has been given the option of staying in the country for a year and then returning home.
The decision came after their family was evacuated from their home in the New Zealand capital Auckland.
The New Zealand government has said it is committed to preventing the spread of the disease, but many Kiwis are still fearful of their ability to leave the country.
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Dolan’s family was living in Auckland when their home was damaged in a flood and the family was forced to evacuate.
Dameron and his wife Sarah had no idea they were on the brink of losing their house.”
I didn, so why didn’t I leave them alone?
I was so scared of the situation,” Sarah said.
Their house is located on the South Island and the flood water was flooding their roof.
They were told the damage could take up to six months to repair.
D Cameron said they had been living in the South Auckland suburb of Marlborough for about five years and that was when the storm hit.”
It’s very sad.
I’ve had no home for so long, and I’ve been living with the disease for five years, so I can’t help but feel sorry for the family,” Dolan said.
The Dolan family was offered the opportunity to stay in New York, but the couple opted to move to the United States for their son.
Sarah said she was surprised to learn about the disease.”
The doctor said we have a very low chance of survival.
I was very shocked, and shocked by it.
I thought, ‘why are we in New Yorks house?’
“Sarah said she had no worries about her son’s health and was excited to be able to return home.
She said it would be a big change for the couple.”
He has got his life ahead of him, so he’s going to do everything we can to get through it.
“Dolan said the family will now move to California.”
We’re happy, we’re going to be OK.