When Asked About Her Daughter, What Does Daisy Say in "The Great Gatsby"?

In "The Great Gatsby," Daisy, when asked about her daughter, states that she is happy her child is a girl and that she wishes for her to be a beautiful fool. The novel is by F. Scott Fitzgerald.

The statement about Daisy Buchanan's daughter, Pammy, comes in a conversation between Daisy and Nick Carroway, who is a close friend and cousin. She is telling Nick about her daughter's birth and is expressing bitterness over her husband's apparent extramarital affair with a woman named Myrtle. Daisy believes that a fool is all that a girl can aspire to be in the world.