Daniel Hashimoto is known for creating amazing videos for his family using computer generated imagery, some of which have gone viral in the past. 


In a new video, Daniel attempted to capture footage of the Tooth Fairy for his lovely little son, James. 


When James lost his tooth, his dad helped him set up a video camera in his bedroom to capture any magical activity.


The next day, Daniel filmed James as he watched the footage of the Tooth Fairy - and his reaction was beyond adorable. 


"We caught the Tooth Fairy!" shouted James to his father, with sheer excitement. 



The supernatural movie was enough to convince little James that the Tooth Fairy is real - not that he really needed any convincing.


To be honest, when we watched the video, we started questioning our own opinions on the Tooth Fairy, because it just looks so real. 


Daniel posted the film to his YouTube channel back in October, and it has already been viewed more than 1.4 million times. Daniel also revealed a bit about the night the Tooth Fairy came, in the comments section of the video:


"Like many parents on Christmas Eve, or the first time their child loses a tooth - I'll just say it was a long night. This was this Tuesday night/Wednesday morning. The first half of the video was already after James woke up in the middle of that night, so very small window for magic," he said, referring to his son's experience. 


Tooth Fairy caught on camera!


"Couldn't have done it without Action Movie Mom," he added, thanking his fabulous wife for her help throughout the creative process. 


Thousands of people have also commented on the amazing video, sharing their thoughts and opinions on the magical footage. 


One parent wrote, "This actually bought a tear to my eye. I have two boys of a similar age and I love to stir their imagination and sense of wonder. That last message about growing up too fast is all too real. Treasure the younger days." 


Another viewer shared her own Tooth Fairy story in a comment, saying: "I remember my parents telling me to write a letter to the tooth fairy, because I didn't want her to take my baby teeth away. Moments like these are the sweetest and make us smile, I know it certainly made me smile."



The Tooth Fairy has always been an issue of contention among parents, because of the inconsistency in her behaviour when it comes to leaving money under pillows. 


Regardless of inconsistency, or how much money is left under your little one's pillow, magic is what matters most to your kids. 




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