Okay, so take a breath.
First, you have about an 85% chance or better of this being a false positive. The official test guidelines state that anything over a 1.10 is positive, but the CDC and experts all agree that anything under a 3.5 needs to be confirmed.
What type of test did you have? It should say IgM or IgG. If it's an IgM, ignore it entirely. It's unreliable and shouldn't be done on anyone except newborns.
If it's an IgG, I would suggest that you get a test called the Western Blot done. It's a different type of test, and can tell you for sure if you have it or not. Your doctor can order (see links below) and your insurance should cover it.
If you do have herpes, there is no reason that your life or parenting will change in any meaningful way in regards to your parenting. I've had herpes for 15+ years, and it hasn't slowed me down at all. If you have a busy life with 2 kids, one with special needs, not eating well will run you down a lot more than herpes ever would. :(
Hsv2 almost never infects the mouth. If you're having pain in or around your mouth, it's from something else.
Has your spouse tested? They should start with a type specific IgG blood test.
Here are some links that you can show your doctor if he/she hesitates in ordering the Western Blot -
https://www.kevinmd.com/blog/2013/07/order-herpes-igm-blood-test.html (If your test was an IgM)
https://westoverheights.com/herpes/the-updated-herpes-handbook/ - This is written by one of the world's leading experts on herpes. It's also free, and has info on testing. :)
https://www.cdc.gov/std/herpes/stdfact-herpes-detailed.htm - this is from the CDC, and explains about the IgM, and low positives on the IgG, and that follow up testing after is recommended. It's taken from the official STD treatment guidelines that if your doctor is testing for and treating STDs, he/she should be familiar with.
http://depts.washington.edu/herpes/pages/frequently_asked_questions - info on this about your doctor ordering the Western Blot.
So take a deep breath, and work with your doctor to figure this out. We'll be here to help as you do.