I earlier posted these selections from the funeral service for infants and young children:
You have taken to Yourself, O Savior, this spotless child, before he (she) had been tempted by earthly pleasures, bestowing upon him (her) Your eternal good things, in Your love for mankind.
O Lord, make this most pure child a partaker of heavenly mansions, and of radiant rest, and of the holy Choir of the Saints, whom You have called to Yourself, O Savior, in Your good pleasure.
Furthermore we pray for the repose of this blessed child, N, and that, according to His word, He will graciously grant to him (her) His heavenly kingdom.
He who summoned you from the earth shall make you a citizen of Paradise, O truly blessed child, numbering you with the company of the Saints.
For those who see nothing wrong with sacramental confession of a three-year-old, how is it that priests pray such things about them at their funerals, but then entertain the concept of confessing them at that age for the most minor of infractions? Do you not see the glaring inconsistency?