This will almost certainly not be allowed
The rules for the Standard Visitor visa say you cannot:
live in the UK for long periods of time through frequent visits
Guidance for border control officers (page 17) says:
There is no specified maximum period which an individual can spend in the UK in
any period such as ‘6 months in 12 months’. However, if it is clear from an
individual’s travel history that they are making the UK their home you should refuse
The same document refers to "the individual spending more time in the UK than in their home country" as being a particular problem.
My interpretation is that if you attempt to spend more time in the UK than at home you will almost certainly be refused, and you may be refused with even less than that. If you want to stay with your husband you should immediately apply for a family visa. Not only will that allow you to eventually join your husband, but it will lend credibility to the idea that you will not try 'go underground' and try to stay with him illegally.