I am glad that your son will remain with his foreskin.
Now that the decision against circumcision has been made for your baby boy, it's probably the end of thinking about infant circumcision for you. It's most likely just the beginning for your husband.
If he's truly researched it, he now knows that he himself has lost a very highly sensitive part of his body. He knows the function of the foreskin and that he lacks that function. He knows that he's never experienced sex as it was meant to be and he never will. He knows that something was taken from him without his consent at his most vulnerable time - a helpless infant. He knows that his parents didn't protect him and instead, invited this upon him (unless it was done without their consent or done under coercion.) He knows that the medical community can be seriously wrong and he may become distrustful of them. (Ever wonder why men are so hesitant to go to the doctor? I wonder if it is because of the negative association from the primal wound inflicted upon their sex organ as infants that they avoid doctors?)
I can only imagine what a heavy load this is to process for a circumcised man that learns the truth.