Both sexes deserve to have intact genitals, and when adults, to have sexual relationships with partners with intact genitals. The OP has simply been saddened by the possibility that this won't be the case for her child.
Shouldn't be so dramatic, huh?
I think some others here likely have a concern that marrying a circumcised man may mean their daughters may be seriously pressured to circumcise as well.
I met a man who had his son circ'd as a baby though he regretted it horribly (he was intact, his wife/doctor pressured him). He talked to his son about circumcision, but his son didn't want to hear it. When their son was old enough, got married and had twin boys...you guessed it, the boys where circ'd. He couldn't get through to his son.
I have to hope that I teach my family well enough through word and example, and that they will think logically, not be pressured by societal trends. But, ultimately as long as it is a choice in society all babies are at risk.