Do you wish purely to come to the UK for his birth because you think this will assist in his obtaining UK citizenship/passport?
Just because the chlid is born in UK does not mean it automatically becomes entitled to UK citizenship. If the child was born in the UK then it will be a UK citizen if one of the parents was a British citizen (ie. you) AND you were legally settled in the UK. You are not legally settled in the UK so the child not qualify automatically here.
However if the a chlid born abroad to (a) parent (s) who are British by descent and who have lived in the UK in the past can still meet the requirements to be registered as a British Citizen provided they fulfill the eligibility criteria contained in this link:-
In this way you could have the child abroad and both be named on the Birth Certificate and still obtian UK ctiizenship and UK passport for the child.
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If you are actually living in the UK (you are present and settled - ie. you intend to reside here permanently) at the time of the birth of your child then the child will be a UK citizen. I do not believe there is a 6 month time limit.
If you asking if you are in the UK and wish for your husband to come and settle here permanently with you and you are concerned that you will not have been here for 6 months before he makes the application then don't worry because in order for him to apply for a spouses visa you need only show that you are now present and settled in the uk as above.
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