The tone doesnt look right to me.
When you mean tone, - I assume you are referring to white balance, and also to whether the childs skin is a natural colour.
You should always shoot in RAW in order to be able to correct white balance in post processing. When this is corrected, the overall image will be neutral in the sense that it wont have a colour bias, or cast.
Once this is correct, you can make minor colour balance adjustment to get skin tone right, though it should be close.
The image has a heavy RED cast. BUT, - to assess your images properly, you first must ensure your monitor is as accurate as possible by doing a calibration. if you dont have access to a colorimeter, Photoshop comes with a programme called Adobe Gamma which you can find in Control Panel, - give it a try.
I suspect you already believed the tone wasnt right, which is why you asked.
Ive tried to get the cast and tone right, - but I havent been entirely successful as Im limited by not having the RAW file, - this is mod1
You can see a marked difference in mod2 where they are side by side, and the cast becomes obvious.
To get where I ended up, I used a Threshold and Curves adjustment to set the black and white points to be beutral, and I then used colour balance, measuring the skins tonal composition to get an approximation of a more natural appearance. As I said its not quite there, but its closer than the original.
If you dont want to shoot RAW, then dont leave the camera in Auto White Balance, - select the setting that matches the lighting conditions, - this can sometimes get you closer.
And as a long time Canon user, - when shooting JPEG, Canon does tend to favour red to give a warm tone.
Hope this is helpful,
If you need any more info send me a PM.