[...my mom wants to get new wax though who knows what kind of chemicals got put in the wax or on it for that matter.]
That is highly advisable. Fires consume a lot of things you think about, carpets, padding, and plastics. All those things create a lot of oily residue when burned. While it may appear OK, it is so finely aerosolized, its very hard if not impossible to detect by sight, sometimes by smell. I don't think you want to start out wondering if the bees are ok on potentially dangerous foundation.
The floor below the apartment I was living in about 6 years ago burned when the tenent fell asleep drunk/stoned while burning a candle. Though it burned out the entire floor, most of my stuff was smoke damaged beyond resonable cleaning. I was thankful though, because of the floor layout, had I been home, I'd been dead from the smoke a long while before the fire department got there. I can appreciate your disaster, but it can be overcome.
Thankfull it didn't happen while you were asleep or fatally involved any family members.
Take pictures, you look back on it in a few years and realize it sucked, but that you survived and moved on to being something significant. I say document it, because as time goes you'll forget the miserable time you might be having, and it will give you an appreciation for things later.
Do it over, all of it, and do it again like you have a second chance.
Do it bigger and better and let the forces that are, be shown that you are stronger than ever.