The April 1st Watchtower has an interesting section on : 'Meeting the Requirements for Christian Baptism.'
In the case of youths, come develop a measure of spirituality at a relatively tender age, while others take longer. Before getting baptized, however, a younster should have a personal relationship with Jehovah, a sound understanding of the fundamentals of the Scriptures, and a clear comprehension of what dedication involves, as in the case with adults.
There follows the picture of a child of around 8 years old being baptised.
However, there then follows a paragraph that describes what this little child has to have done to qualify for baptism:
So first of all, the new ones need to acquire an accurate knowledge of the truth, which in turn would enable them to develop faith in Jehovah and in his word.
THEN, when Scriptural truth touches a person's heart, it moves him to repent and turn around from his previous way of life.'
What previous way of life has this little child got to repent from - eating too many sweeties?
Infant baptism is alive and well in JW land. And they're so different from the Catholic Church - Really?