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|Full Name||Baby Daisy|
|Location||Yoshi's Island, Sarasaland|
|First Appearance||Mario Kart Wii|
|Family and Relations|
| Baby Peach(friend) |
As a baby, Daisy grew up in Sarasaland, living in a castle under the care of her mother, Queen Rosemarie. Rosemarie loved to play with her daughter and taught her the basics of various sports such as baseball, tennis, etc. She also educated her on how to garden plants and flowers. Baby Daisy's love for sports and gardening clearly seems to have carried onto her as an adult.
Soon, however, Rosemarie had died, leaving Baby Daisy sad and lonely. But then she remembers that her mother would not want her to feel that way, and so, whenever Baby Daisy goes to play a sport or go kart-racing, she does it with great enthusiasm and cheerfulness, just the way her mother would want her to feel. This explains why Daisy, even as an adult, is always so excited, energetic, and fierce during sports; she wants to play to the fullest in honor of her mother Rosemarie and Sarasaland as a whole.
In Mario Kart 8, Baby Daisy references her love for her mother by sometimes shouting "Mama!" when performing an anti-gravity trick.
Baby Daisy is a player on the Baby Brigade team on the multiplayer wii sports game Mario Rugby League. She is a skillful character with average strength but poor speed. Her special skill is to pull out a flower to prevent tackling.
Baby Daisy makes a cameo in the form of a portrait and when Yellowbelly is playing Super Mario Land, she appears on the screen.
Baby Daisy appears on Yoshi's team in New Super Mario Baseball. Her stats have not been revealed yet.
Baby Daisy appears as an unlockable character in Mario Kart 8 Wii U. Her special move is Blossom Block
Speed: 2 Acceleration: 4 Drift: 2.5 Handling: 3.75 Off-Road: 2.75
Baby Daisy appears as an unlockable character in Mario Kart Wii 2.0.
Super Mario Revival series
While grownup Daisy appears in all four seasons of Super Mario Revival, her infant form first appears in the third season, Super Mario Innocence, and then in the fourth season, Super Mario War Speed.