Who were Aphrodites children?
With her husband Hephaestus she never produced offspring.
With the mortal Anchises she had twins Lyrus (died childless) and Aeneas, Anchises had another daughter Hippodamia, of unknown mother.
Phaethon with whom she had Astynous, with Adonis she had Beroe.
Butes is sometimes said to have been her mate with whom she produced Eryx.
With her consort, Ares, Aphrodite had:
Anteros (Love Returned)
And with Hermes she had a son, joined with Salmacis and became Hermaphroditus.
And yet with Dionysus she had Priapus (who is sometimes also called a son of Hermes).
Iacchus is also called a son of Dionysus and Aphrodite (or Aura).
Rhode and Herophile are sometimes claimed to be daughters of Poseidon and Aphrodite.
As for Eros (Love) the famed son of Aphrodite, his twin was Himeros (Desire) and Aphrodite is claimed to have emerged pregnant with them.
Peitho is sometimes called a daughter of Aphrodite, but was most likely only a companion of the goddess. Pothus (Longing) was also confused for her son, but is also known as the son of Iris and Zephyrus.