Picture one the lighting is flat so there is no dimension to her face and focus is very soft. The closest I see to a focus point might be the spot just in front of the bow, which, by the way, I think is way too big. She is really cute and I really don't think she needs any adornment. As a viewer I would much rather look at her and not have my eye drawn to something proportionally huge and white. Her hard squint also makes it hard to see what I'm sure are really pretty eyes. Select a time of day and positions that enable her to relax and not need to squint at the bright sunlight and hide her eyes.
The little one in picture two....the expression is priceless and his (her) eyes are beautiful. Here again, my attention is drawn to the biggest thing in the picture....the bow. And again, completely unnecessary. That gorgeous face needs nothing added to it....except parental kisses.
I hope you stick around here. There are a huge number of very talented people that can and will help you be a better shooter.