The midfielder spent the 2013 season on loan with the Canadian outfit from Brazilian side Tombense while his wife was expecting twins back in their homeland of Argentina.
Now Romero's wife and two sons have made the trip with him to Montreal which he feels will help him be more balanced both on and off the pitch in 2014.
"Last season was very difficult because of the travel and the pregnancy," Romero told reporters on Monday.
"I'm convinced that it's going to be easier with them here. At the end of a bad day, I'll come home to my wife and my sons and it'll make it easier for me to get back to work the next day."
Romero also said he would be integrated slowly by new impact head coach Frank Klopas in order to catch the rest of the playing group who have been working well in preseason.
"[Klopas] wants me to get there slowly, take my time to get ready, catch up with the group," Romero added.
"We are not taking chances. The first bit of business is catching up to group."
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