My 5 year old cousin watched Rise of The Guardians and loved it. Every night when she would loose a Tooth she would place it under her pillow and pretend to go to sleep waiting for Tooth and her baby Tooth's when she heard something she would sit up and smile then see her parents....then when she didn't go to sleep the next morning her little Tooth was still there. The next night she tried again and she stayed up she saw her parents and then actually went to sleep, but then the next morning she didn't get any money all that was left was her tooth. Then she gave up on the Tooth Fairy
Then she would go to sleep and look out her window to see if there was any golden sand flying but there wasn't and she went to sleep he never had sweet dreams she had nightmares or nothing every night and nights and nights then she gave up on Sandy
She loved North and on Christmas she would listen to the reindeers, but she didn't hear anything and she got scared that she might have got on the Naughty list and cried her little eyes out. She went to wash her face and saw her parents wrapping the presents and she didn't believe it and she tried again, but the same thing happened.
Everytime during Easter she would look for wholes or any boomerangs or eggs with colored feet. She would have a great time on Easter than one day she and her older sister were going to see the eggs and they saw their dad hiding the eggs.
Lastly, whenever it snowed she would look for Jack Frost and see if he was there, but he wasn't and that never bothered her he travels to much and when my annoying friend had to come ( she wasn't my friend to begin with) my little cousin kept talking 'bout Jack and my 'friend' yelled at her and told her Jack wasn't real. And then her little heart broke into pieces and here is what she said and I quote:
EBunny's says "Believe in Hope," Tooth's says "Believe in Memories," and North's says "Believe in Wonder," so Jack's being this is like saying he believes in himself, when really his belief is finding the fun in everything and bringing joy to children. The slogan really feels like it should be "I believe in Joy."