Yeah, I did that a lot too. hah.
At first I was on the angled sets. But I didn't weigh enough to be on them eventually. So I got switched to the ones that went straight in. When I had the angled sites I would put them in my stomach, hips, and arms. (My legs were too muscular). Now that I have the straight in's, I put them in my legs sometimes too. They are a lot easier to handle, for me anyway.
The arm has always been a pretty good place for me. It works really well. You just have to make sure to keep your tube inside of your shirt. hah. :)
I liked the security of them at first too. I was 12 when I was diagnosed, and I was put on the pump when I was 14. So, I know what she's feeling. It's difficult and scary but I can honestly say that it only gets easier. The pump is a magnificent piece of equiptment and your daughter (and you as a parent) will find is so much easier to control diabetes with it. The hardest part is remembering to be careful of the site. And there will be times that the site falls out or gets pulled out. But, as long as you have supplies with you at all times, it is pretty easy to handle.
I feel like I am rembling now but I have done a lot of research and been through a lot with my diabetes (insulin reisistancy, comas, etc.) so I feel pretty educated. If you have ANY questions at all, feel free to ask. :) And if your daughter has any or wants to talk, I'm a good listener. :)
HAVE A GREAT DAY!