In 2004 I left Active Duty Military to become a stay-at-home mom. When my daughter was 3, parenthood was challenging me on a daily basis. Transitions were met with meltdowns, power struggles were frequent, and I felt like I was repeating myself all the time with little forward progress to show for it. I was exhausted and frustrated. I wondered what I was doing wrong all the time. Why did I feel so ineffective? Then one day, a thought popped into my head: “If what I am saying it isn’t working, maybe I need to show her.” So I sat down and built my idea of a visual schedule….
…and on that day