They havent seen any signs of fungus yet. It looks like we may be dealing with a very rare bacterial infection. We dont know much more than that yet because these things can take up to a week to grow. In the mean time they started him on two strong antibiotics for bacterial infections until we know exactly what we are dealing with. Through the night Skyler continued to be really croupy and his oxygen would drop to the low 80's really fast if he didnt have the blow by oxygen right up next to him. This morning they decided to pull his chest tube, because the less plastic in him the better. This was traumatizing for him. He just kept saying over and over "Quit doing this to me, you are hurting me so bad!" He actually did better than I would have. They couldnt get the stitch out so they were digging the scissors right into the hole in his chest. It took everything in me to not knock those scissors from her hands. I never thought a 4 year old would be my hero, but Skyler is. He is the epitome of strength and courage. He has had to grow up too fast but he has handled it well. Thank you Skyler for being such a great example to your mother and everyone around you. I love you with all my heart and Im so proud of you. You have had to do so many hard things, more than any one person should have to go through in a life time but yet you still are a shining light to so many.