So now we're at a stand still until an engineer looks at my foundation and comes up with a plan to reinforce it, before the crew finish the work. Plus I have to get my two basement windows changed before the concrete can be poured. Did I mention I have a son with an ASD?
Jacob has actually been fantastic considering all the noise and other stuff going on, both inside and outside of our home. Jacob has shown improvement in handling uncontrollable issues like these. Instead of getting mad at the noise, or getting mad that his room is sometimes off limits, he's quietly preferred to hang out in the basement with his aunt and dog.
Hopefully the new work that's needs to be done on my basement doesn't set me back too much financially. And I hope that Jacob is able to continue his surprisingly controlled behaviour. Although, as the next pictures indicate, his imagination is running wild, but in a good way.
Jacob willingly went into crate, I swear that we didn't put him in there to sleep. I hope that by the end of the March break, that this work will all be done. Then I hope, that our lives can get back to our version of normal.