After reading so much information about intact care and seeing so many of your stories, I am so thankful that my husband is not circumcised.
I'm 17 weeks along with my first child, and will be finding out the sex in about 2 1/2 weeks. My husband and I have had many, many discussions about circumcision, and I'm so grateful for the fact that not only is he uncircumcised (and Jewish, BTW), but he is passionate about the issue. To be honest, it's nice to have at least one parenting issue where he's the outspoken one. :) He was my first intact partner, and it was such an edifying experience to be with him.
Anyway, my point is this - I feel very confident about not circumcising should this child be male. Where I frequently worry is how I'll have to advocate for my future son - not having a penis myself, it's hard to get those little questions answered that might come up. Luckily, my husband will be there. I plan now on having him come along on the majority of pediatrician appointments, at least until I can determine our doctor's attitude and amount of knowledge towards uncircumcised boys. And I know he will be able to tell me what might be normal or what might not be. I consider myself very lucky.
Also, just as a note for those of you wanting to be even more sure you did the right thing by leaving your sons intact - my husband has two brothers, and all three were left intact. They are Jewish, as I said, but Reform, and while my husband and his younger brother are completely content with their foreskins, his older brother converted to Orthodox Judaism a few years ago and got himself circumcised as an adult. It was completely his decision, and he had no problem having it done. Leaving a boy intact as a child doesn't mean he can't himself make that decision as an adult.
Sorry if this isn't the right place for my post, but I just had to have my say. I've been spending too much time on other boards on other websites where I get hugely outnumbered by parents choosing to circumcise, and I'm always afraid to say my piece. :)