I’m assuming you meant Thanks In Advance, but upon taking a break from patients today I saw TIA! and thought to myself “oh, she’s having a transient ischemic attack. She must’ve had one before or else she wouldn’t know the term or the symptoms.”
interesting photos, but I think you need to look at consistency of color, especially when shooting the same subject (little girl holding mother’s belly). If you’re shooting jpeg that’s fine, just don’t use auto white balance because moving the composition slightly will change the temperature.
the lighting looks a tad flat – off camera flash can work well in a number of these.
when shooting kids, a good rule is to fill the frame with their face. Much more engaging. The boy in the forest is very far away, the eyes are not drawn to him.