I think there is a composition lesson to be learned from this photo, Fishkon.
You want people to look at the little girl but there is this bright stuff on top of the table and lots of extra space on either side that pulls the eye.
I am not against small subjects in some unusual place but the rest of the picture has to have some design elements that contribute to the main subject of interest. Here the extra is just sort of random stuff.
I think a crop like this along with darkening the wood and increasing the contrast on the little girl would make a better shot. (Not perfect or great but better.)
Good rule of thumb is to crop anything that could be considered trash from your shot. Definitely a shot that only a mother could love, the lighting is very flat, the picnic table provides context but is a rather distracting element.
But I don't need to. Lol has somehow turned into a word. It is not a abbreviation anymore. People nowadays pronounce it as law-l, instead of L.O.L. Adding another l is similar too how some add more Os to No which turns it to Nooo.