"Jon does [not] view the show as a job, necessarily, but he does recognize that the show has provided incredible opportunities for him and his family, so he'll continue to do the show as long as it benefits his children," Tan said.
"But every year, when there's a renewal contract that comes along, he does say that they have family discussions about it," she said. "They bring their children into the room. The children account for 80 percent of the family. And if anybody doesn't like the cameras around, then they'll stop production."
Claiming to be hounded by fans asking for autographs, Jon said he hasn't ruled out quitting.
"It's not my job," he said. "My job is to take care of my kids."
ABC News' Alberto Orso and Imaeyen Ibanga and The Associated Press contributed to this report.