Thanks for reaching out to the community again!
Am I understanding you correctly - you have applied for asylum and the process is still going? Or have you applied for a residence permit?
If you haven't yet applied for a residence permit:
Since you mentioned that you two are already married, you can apply for a residence permit (of course taking care of your child together is an important reason as well). This is well explained in section "4.What happens if I marry an EU-citizen?" on the Wefugees Blog Article on How to Marry (please scroll down for the English version):
"...If you are an asylum seeker and you get married to a German wo/man, you do not have to wait for the result of your asylum application. Instead you can go to Ausländerbehörde directly and apply for a residence permit. It does not matter in which country the wedding took place as long as it is valid in accordance with German law.
It can happen that Ausländerbehörde asks you to leave Germany, to go back to your home country and to re-enter Germany with a valid visa. Then you can apply for residence permit. It sounds unnecessary (and it totally is), but unfortunately it has been ruled out by courts in the past, so it is not unusual.
The residence permit is usually valid for 3 years. It entitles the foreign partner to work and to travel. After these 3 years s/he can apply for a Niederlassungserlaubnis (settlement permit) as long as you are still married and as long as you didn’t commit any severe criminal offense. Niederlassungserlaubnis is basically an unlimited residence permit..."
Also, have a look at this thread from our platform where a similar question has been asked and answered: Marriage in Denmark and German Family Reunion Visa
Do these sources help or did I miss a question? Feel free to get back to me/ us and I will have another look.
All the best,