Good moment, but as written in the comment I'd like to have either more depth of field or the focus on the girl. As it's a snapshot during daylight and sun we don't need to talk about light here I suppose.
It happens to me all the time when I shot pictures of more than one person and especially in snapshot moments such as this one - like when I take pictures of my kids. I fear that one day I'm going to regret that 80% of the pictures are technically like this one, just not focused at the right spot. I see it as a kind of curse and addiction and already consider to drop that full frame camera and the wide open primes to something more compact with slower lenses for more depth of field as my subject have come more random and snapshot style than they used to be. A camera for each purpose so to say. Positive side of that would be less to carry at the same time. I hate it to reduce pictures on the technical side, but sometimes they can make an actually good picture into one that you regret of not having been technically correct.