I am going to start a new thread on this, because it is somewhat off-topic to the other thread. Your parish is in violation of canon law:
Can. 867 §1. Parents are obliged to take care that infants are baptized in the first few weeks; as soon as possible after the birth or even before it, they are to go to the pastor to request the sacrament for their child and to be prepared properly for it.
§2. An infant in danger of death is to be baptized without delay.
In my opinion, you should baptize your daughter. The CCC provides instructions:
1284 In case of necessity, any person can baptize provided that he have the intention of doing that which the Church does and provided that he pours water on the candidate’s head while saying: “I baptize you in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit.”
Here’s what you do:
Get a liter of tap water; you don’t need to use all of it.
Hold your baby daughter carefully over a sink.
State your daughter’s full name, and say, “I baptize you in the name of the Father,” pour water across forehead, “and of the Son,” pour water across forehead, “and of the Holy Spirit,” pour water across forehead. Use enough water to achieve oblation on each pour; so long as it runs across her forehead, it’s valid. Be careful so that the water does not flow into her nose and/or mouth. Get your wife to help you.