No! I don't get up with my husband in the mornings! You don't mention what time your husband leaves for work, or whether he is a morning person, or what time you are able to go to bed at night. These are all important factors! You have to figure out what works best for your family and do that...guilt-free!
My husband is often up at 4 or 5 AM to go to the office early so he can get some work done before his 8-10 hours of meetings start, or even earlier when he has to be at the airport for a 7 AM international flight! He is more of a morning person than I am, and is a model of efficiency once he is up (he has no desire to sit around and chat with me, and doesn't want his first cup of coffee until he's at the office!). We do kiss goodbye (I'm usually mostly-asleep) and if I can form words he gets an "I love you. Hope you have a great day!"
This is our arrangement because he knows that while he works VERY HARD (and certainly long hours!) to provide financially for our family, that I am providing everything else. He loves the children and cares about them, but I am the one who is physically there taking care of their needs. Mine aren't usually up in the night anymore (YEA!!), but after years of sleep-deprivation, I feel no guilt about grabbing whatever sleep I can. When I have forced myself to get up and stay up earlier than my body wanted, I found that although I can physically adapt to that schedule, my mind stopped working! I started forgetting things and was literally incapable of thinking. When I found myself falling asleep during afternoon carpool, I realized this was not a good solution for anyone and could have very deadly consequences!
With the school year upon us once again, I will pass along the name of a book that I never would have thought I'd buy: The 7 O'Clock Bedtime by Inda Schaenen. When my oldest started Kindergarten, it was a radical change for us (she is NOT a morning person!). Reading this book helped my get on-board with the early bedtime, and I found that when the children were in bed, lights out, tucked safely away for the night at 7, I was able to do a couple more things around the house, make sure everything was ready to go for the next morning so we could be on auto-pilot while we woke up, and be able to sit down and enjoy a leisurely dinner with my husband on occasion or watch a movie that isn't appropriate for children, and still get PLENTY of sleep before I needed to get up.
Hope you are able to find a solution that works well for all of you! Good luck! :)