High chairs are not a main priority when your little one is a newborn. But once he hits the 4-to-6-month mark and you’re starting to introduce foods like purees and small bites, your baby will need a high chair. While what and how to feed your little one are your main concerns, having the right high chair for your specific needs can make the transition to solids happen more smoothly. Baby may be using a high chair from 6 months all the way to age 3, when he can graduate to a booster. When shopping for a high chair, ask yourself these questions to find the best fit for your family: The right high chair for you is the one that makes feeding your baby easy, safe and fun — so, once you’re satisfied that a high chair meets safety requirements and is easy to clean, it’s really about your family’s budget, your style and how you plan to use your high chair. Here’s a breakdown of the types of high chairs available: Your baby’s high chair is a safe place to explore food in all its textured, tasty glory. A safe high chair makes the job of supervising meals easier for mom and dad, too — lunchtime is a lot harder if you’re chasing a toddler around th...