OP, you forgot "other". There's always an "other"
My son is intact, and any future sons will be intact. But...we actually did plan to circumcise our son. We even had an appointment to have it done. But, in the end, we just couldn't go through with it.
I had always leaned toward not doing it. It seemed like a pointless and cruel practice to me. My husband is circumcised and wasn't sure what all the fuss was about, but was open minded. While I was pregnant I researched the subject and read a lot of information here and elsewhere that convinced me that we shouldn't do it. My husband and I agreed not to have it done.
That agreement held until my mother asked me what we were planning to do. She was horrified, and regaled us with family stories of infection and discomfort. She was very convincing, especially to my husband, and we decided to reconsider. We convinced ourselves that circumcision was "the norm" and that we'd be doing our son a favor by having it done while he was a baby so he wouldn't "have to have it done later".
When my son was born, I knew I couldn't go through with it. We declined the circ in the hospital, ostensibly because "our" pediatrician wasn't available to do it. We did make an appointment to have it done later, but I knew already that we'd never go to it.
When we got home I put the appointment slip on the kitchen table, and looking at it would make me burst into tears. One day I pointed to it on the table and said to my husband "we need to get rid of this". We put the appointment slip in the shredder and never looked back.
See why there needs to be an "other"?