Is this sentence correct:
1-My car with a soft top is parked in the front and my car with a hard top is in the garage.
2-My son with a cold is in the bedroom and my son with chickenpox is in the living room
They both look fine to me, but I am interested to hear what others think.
Alternatively you could use -
My car which has a soft top is parked out the front and my car which has a hard top is in the garage.
My son who has a cold is in the bedroom and my son who has chickenpox is in the living room.
I'm not a teacher.