Maroochydore District Court heard how the woman started seeing the father of her four children when she was "virtually a child" at age 14 and had her first child at 16.
While she was still living at the family home on the Coast, she began a cyber-sex relationship with a man in Melbourne and became obsessed with sex.
They would send sexual videos to each other, which her daughter viewed, and the woman visited him three times.
"It is in this context the first of the bizarre and disturbing offences involving your daughter occurred," Judge Robertson said.
"Your conduct toward your daughter involved a very serious breach of trust.
"The relationship between mo-ther and child is seminal in our society.
"How she deals with it as she grows remains to be seen, but it is difficult to see how it could not result in long-term adverse consequences to her.
"You now admit what you have done was wrong.
"From the start you characterised your behaviour as some form of bizarre sex education with the child which did not involve sexual gratification from you.
"It appears you had a normal loving upbringing with parents andfamily who still support you.
"There is no psychological or intellectual reason to explain this shocking behaviour.
"Given this offending occurred in the context of this highly obsessive and sexual relationship with this man, defies logic and common sense to discount any level of sexual gratification in your behaviour."