I can give you my thoughts on some things I think I did right (that my daughter, as an adult, has expressed that she was grateful for). I left the organization when my oldest son was a baby. So, I wasn't really dealing with any JW crap at that point.
I made sure I played with them when they were preschooler, especially. I read to them alot. I was very involved in what they were doing. I let them take the lead and be in things they wanted to be in. I was a room mother and went on field trips. I volunteered for whatever groups/sports/activities they were doing. We went places and did things together...water parks, zoos, museums, camping. In short, I was present. My daughter later told me how much that meant to her.
When my daughter was about 14 and my youngest son about 10, I went into a severe depression. There was a time when I was completely self absorbed but I continued to be there as much as I could.
I'm not sure what you mean by, "Im so wrapped up in my own stuff that at times i feel that I do not give my daughter enough of me". I think, as another reply said, that if you are worrying about it that you are probably being a good mom. I also don't know how old your daughter is. Maybe you could try some baby steps. I had the luxury of being a stay-at-home mom. So I was able to do things that working moms might not be able to do (ie be a room mother). Make every day things special. Bed time is a great time for stories and cuddling. Let her help with meal preparations if she is old enough. Make bath time a together time, if she is young enough. Let her help you with chores.