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My son was born here. So your case is different. But here is my 2 cents:
My guts feeling is that you should leave your son home for a while, say 3 months, and make a decision later on. The first few months are sometimes traumatic for some new comers. Your son needs your love and attention, but you don't want him to suffer the stress you may experience.
However, make sure you take your personal situations into consideration.
If both of you and your husband are IT professionals with "hot skills" and good English, leave your son at home for a while so that you and your husband can focus on job hunting. There is a good chance for an experienced IT professional with good English to land a job within a month to a half year.
If only one of you is in IT with "hot skills" and good English, and the other doesn't mind staying home for a while, then bring your son with you.
If none of you is in IT, leave you son home until you have a clear idea what you want to do here.
Worst case scenario is that you brought him with you and neither of you could find a job. In a few months, you are likely to experience all kinds of family problems. You don't want you son to be part of it.
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