I agree you should have a plan B.
1- you shouldn't count on your husband getting a fantastic job right away. EVEN if he has a verbal offer right now. Without an offer in writing, he doesn't have anything.
2- you shouldn't count on your husband to always be there to support you. What if something happens to him and he physically can't work anymore? What if you two get divorced (not saying you would, but I've seen it happen to people with seemingly strong marriages, some married for a year, others for 19 years)? Then you're stuck with a HS diploma and a child (maybe more than one).
Have you ever heard the phrase "pray for the best, plan for the worst"? You should be thinking more along those lines.
And like some others, I took some offense to your saying that because I chose to work, I won't be there for my child. Just a thought, if you have to say "not to offend anyone", you're offending someone and you shouldn't say it. Good luck!