I'd suggest you look at what you HAVE, and then try to figure out what else, if anything, might work.
First, review the "traditional" marketing tools for any home. How do you feel about the brochure? What does your MLS listing look like? Do you like the way the home is described? Are there features that you and your family love that you'd add or highlight? Are there the maximum number of photos posted? What do you think about the photos? Do you have a property video tour posted to the listing?
Next, I'd take a look at the traditional print media, like newpaper advertising, Estates & Homes, Style Weekly, etc. Those marketing channels are expensive, and very short lived, but Estates & Homes might be a good "fit," if you're willing to pay the advertising expense.
How about Open Houses and Agent Previews? Agent Previews, particularly, can be a great way to get the people who will be doing the selling through the home. This might make it "top of mind" for someone when his or her buyer prospect comes along, looking for something in that area, in that price point. Open Houses aren't as successful, in my opinion, because you get lots of curious neighbors, and VERY FEW legitimate buyers, typically. But it could be on the list as a possible marketing tool, to be discussed with your agent.
Next, I'd look at some of the non-traditional marketing channels, particularly online presence. Is your property being marketed on the social media networking sites, like Facebook, Twitter, YouTube? How about an enhanced listing on http://www.realtor.com?
Do you have a property-specific website just for this home? How about exposure on Trulia, Zillow, HomeGain, and all those sites?
The great news is you're happy with your Realtor. I'd suggest sitting down with her and creating a marketing plan for the property. Spend 30 minutes just brainstorming, and getting as creative as you can. Then get realistic, and pick the things that best fit your home, your target audience of potential buyers, and your marketing budget. Some of the best marketing tools are free or very inexpensive, particularly the online marketing stuff.