I recently saw someone write
Married and two beautiful girls
when he meant that he was married and had two children (girls).
I would have rather have written "Married with two beautiful girls" which for a non-native speaker seems really weird (at least in France and the other languages I know more or less) but I know this is the correct wording in English to indicate that you have two children (girls) and not that you practice polygamy.
This said, does "Married and two beautiful girls" immediately conveys the message "I am married and I have two children (girls)"?
I would like to stress the "immediately" part - that is the reaction of a native speaker to this sentence, without analyzing it in details. The correctness of the phrase is also interesting (I do not think it is really correct), though the perceived meaning is more important to me.