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You must first apply for PR before making an application for citizenship.
You need to provide a clear 5 or more continuous years either from now counting back or from back counting front, if that makes sense. Best to count from back to front to account for your daughter's entitlement to British citizenship. It is not clear whether your daughter has British citizenship or if you have received your PR card. If she has British citizenship and has obtained her British passport then would only be required to mention her as part of your family member and not someone requiring EU status.
With holidays you would be expected to work it out from travel tickets, stamps on your passport and emails booking holidays.
You would also be expected to provide address details and not approximate I am afraid.
If you have a PR card and your daughter has a passport or a registration certificate then you only need to include your PR card. You only need to mention your daughter if she is also applying for status if she already has the documents I have mentioned then she does not need to be mentions except where the application asks about any dependents.