i think u need not to worry
here i give normal value
levels for children normally start out much higher.
the National Academy of Clinical Biochemistry (NACB) in the United States recommended age-related reference limits starting from about
1.3 to 19 µIU/mL for normal-term infants at birth,
dropping to 0.6–10 µIU/mL at 10 weeks old,
0.4–7.0 µIU/mL at 14 months and
gradually dropping during childhood and puberty
to adult levels, 0.4–4.0 µIU/mL..
u can see that u need not to worry TSH level is normal,means all report are normal