In the West, as I'm sure you are all aware of, there is the separation of the sacraments of Baptism and Confirmation, where an infant is baptized, then is confirmed later in life. Tied with this practice is the belief that the person is making, in theory, a conscious decision in having faith in Jesus Christ, being Catholic, etc.
How is this seen in Orthodoxy (or even Eastern Catholicism), where Baptism and Chrismation occur together for the infant? Is there a time when they formally choose to be Orthodox? Or is it seen as a natural progression in a process started at infancy, with the faith of the parents/godparents substituting, then moving to the actual person (am I making sense?)?