|I love this! Really well written, so creative and romantic. I especially love the detailed descriptions of the different dreams and I'm glad you included so many of them with such variety. I don't think it would be as effective or feel like they were wandering for 100 years if you'd only described one or two of the dreams and then moved on. And just when I was starting to think, "Hmm, it's kind of weird that all these dreams are so hazardous and aggressive..." You even explained that. And then you wrapped everything up with a nice and neat happy ending, as any fairy tale should have.
It's a cool kind of twist that you made the princess' natural state the opposite of being passive and asleep, describing how active and restless she was growing up, unable to sit still with the bees buzzing around in her. It's an interesting layer of complexity to add on top of the standard tale of Sleeping Beauty. I think my favorite character is actually Fox. He has the attitude and slyness and mystery I would expect from such an animal, and you can get a feel of that just from his dialogue. The dialogue is great, by the way, very natural and clever in places.
One suggestion, I think some places could benefit from a comma. For example, the line: "Fox asked me to choose so we went into the next one to pass by." I think could use a comma before "so". Maybe that's just a stylistic thing.
Also, I had to read this part again to realize it was the princess speaking: “It’s meant to be a prince that wakes me with a kiss.” I was a little confused at first. It might help to just put a tag on that line so we know who's speaking.
Besides that minor quibble, I really enjoyed this! Just the right level of detail in the background and imagery to really immerse the reader into this fairy tale. A nice escape from reality. Well done!