That depends upon your diocese. Some dioceses have set an age for confirmation of Catholic children that is older than some of the peer companions. So in that case, they could not be confirmed until they had reached the age set by the diocese. Even in dioceses in which younger Catholic children may be confirmed, I’m not sure it is such a good idea. The initiation of the unbaptized would ordinarily take place at the Easter Vigil. The focus of the Vigil should be on the unbaptized, and not on Catholics who are being confirmed. It’s a little hard to give a definitive answer without being in your circumstances, but that would be my rule of thumb.
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