You can't just ask to correct it, as records require acknowledgment of both parents. If your husband is cooperative, visit the link I provided below to the Texas Dept of Human Services, which provides a form to amend a birth certificate. Fill out the form, both of you sign it and send it in. I believe they charge a nominal fee. That should resolve the problem. Good luck.
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