Hi, there. I do not know about caring for a little one while on chemo, but I can tell you that your baby will recognize you regardless of how you look -- just by your smell, your touch and your voice.
As for fatigue, etc., I had 4 A/C treatments and they were supposed to be the worst (12 taxal afterwards). I was concerned about nausea for the first three days of A/C only, but a proactive response should help with that. Also, you are most susceptible to infection the 10-14 days. After the first treatment, you should have some idea of how it is going to go. Some other moms with wee ones might be able to help more, but I do remember my sister's 2 year old granddaughter visiting her every day, all day, with no real problems with her energy level and she was in her 50's.
Good luck and special wishes for a problem free chemo.
I had a 5 year old the first time. I didn't really go around without a turban on, my preference. The second time, my youngest was 14 and I went around the house with my bald head. The kids are very resilient - they don't sweat some of the things that we do. Ya know what I mean? I could have been open and much more comfortable the first time but I didn't. As for the help, my mom came and stayed about 4 days. I had Taxotere last year, the fourth day was the worst. I wasn't sick (nausea meds work very well) but the fourth day, I ached all over - kinda like the flu. I also ran a low grade fever for a few days. After the first one, you really will have a better idea of how it will affect you. But remember, your little girl loves YOU no matter what!!!
Praying for you!
Jeremiah 29:11 - "For I know the plans I have for you," declares the Lord, "plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future."