The worst case is that the condom breaks and direct contact is made. While having sex with a condom greatly lessens the chances of passing genital herpes it does not eliminate it 100%. This chance is higher if there is a break out and other sexual activities are performed other than straight sex. (mutual masturbation, etc)
With a condom the chances are low that the herpes would be passed along especially is you are being properly medically treated with medication for the herpes.
Excuse that mistake. For some reason I had herpes on the mind and typed it by mistake.
If you freeze the warts off the virus is still present and can be passed.
With a condom the chances of passing the warts is very low.
As far as kids go the answer is yes you can. However, with straight sex and no condom there is a high rate of the virus going to your mate.
Yes you can have kids.
Just a sec and I will give you some details on that.
The following links will address the issue of having kids if one party has genital warts:
That should shed plenty of light on the issue of kids.
I hope I have answered your questions.