As a father of three kids, almost all grown now, I'd like to offer some advice for you and your daughter, if I may:
Sit down together and make a checklist of all the things you want to take with you. Go over it together and that will help you be certain you didn't forget anything.
#2 Assign some specific "duties" that you daughter can handle on her own. It will definitely help her build confidence and make her feel the most useful.
#3 Teach her "how" to do things, even if she only watches you for a few year. Things like looking for level areas, trees that might be too close to the trailer, etc. Show her how the jacks and levelers work, even though she shouldn't do those tasks for awhile. This was she will be able to help you in case YOU miss something.
#4 Make sure you have things to do if the weather turns sloppy...books, CDs, etc. will help both of you keep your sanity.
#5 Enjoy the experience. There will be things that don't go right, but seldom are the goofs as bad as they seem at the moment. Keep things light hearted and you'll both enjoy camping and your time together for many year. Or at least until the boyfriends come along...but that's another thread!
2006 Pilgrim SE 273-5
Wife and kid maybe friends, maybe pets, maybe not, lost look in face,