I'm curious??? How old is your daughter? Not that it is any of my business, but it seems you might be pushing her into something she doesn’t want to do. I raised three sons, and remember having some ups and downs with them going afield. There was the youngest walking back the to the truck saying “That Loud” and the middle child shooting a goose which resulted in his head banging the roof of the blind from the recoil, and not wanting to shoot anymore geese for a while. I’ve had friends who “forced” their children to go along, and later in life they never went.
With that said, perhaps, you can arm your child with a camcorder and have her film everyone else enjoying the hunt. When she is ready, she can join in, or maybe she will find another way to enjoy the outdoors. (Some find photography most profitable).
As far as bow hunting I’m pretty sure 35 pounds is the minimum for any type of game.
Please excuse me, for I have had several adult beverages and a terribly long day. If I have over stepped my bounds, ignore my comment.
I hope you and your family have many enjoyable days afield.