An after-thought to the qualifiers.
If Tony has listed them in the order you think exists, then that would make you both Orthodox.
I wasn't raised Orthodox, but Anglican.
Does it cause you concern that I pointed out the difference?
It shouldn't, because the rituals are to show devotion to your organization more so than to an individual's salvation, if one is to understand why you had to point it out.
No, I pointed it out because you tried to assert that you knew the sacraments better than Anthony, and you don't.
While you are correct that the normal order for a person baptized as an infant would be:
1. Baptism (The gateway sacrament, which must precede all others)
2. Reconciliation (Auricular Confession), at the age if reason.
3. Holy Communion, shortly after first confession.
4. Confirmation. Often around age 14, but it varies from diocese to diocese.
Since Confirmation is a sacrament of initiation (and was probably once done at the same time as baptism, and perhaps even considered part of the same sacrament), there is talk about moving it to BEFORE Holy Communion, at perhaps age 7 or thereabouts.
If you don't know something, you really ought to ask.
.And you really ought to ask, a bit more often, if you really know something.