So, it’s time to bite the bullet (or, in this case, broccoli) and start weaning. One of the main things you’ll need? A highchair.

But with so many available, which highchair will suit your home, baby’s needs and your lifestyle? Here’s the deal.

Space saving highchairs

Not enough space to swing a cat? We hear ya. But that doesn’t mean you can’t get an amazing highchair. Just choose one that can be easily folded after mealtimes. The great thing about these highchairs are that most are full size and have trays. They also look great at your table and behind your door after mealtimes too. This Joie Mimzy Snacker Highchair is ultra lightweight and compact. It comes with a tray that can be stored on the back of the seat and can be folded down with one hand too. Oh, and there's 3 recline positions, while the tray is also adjustable through 4 positions. Nifty.

Zara trying out the Joie Mimzy Snacker Highchair

Joie Mimzy Snacker Highchair, £60.

Highchairs for out and about

Love dining out and travelling but hate the idea of that grubby restaurant highchair? Us too. Feast your eyes on our portable highchair and booster seat range. If you have a baby around the 6 month stage and are looking for a highchair that you can easily clamp onto a table, then this phil & teds Lobster Portable Highchair is a great option. Suitable for babies who can sit up unassisted, this portable highchair fits tables with a thickness of 2 - 9.5 cm. And it’s easy to put on too, thanks to the rubber grips, which secure to the table using a ‘twist on-and-off’ clamp mechanism. When you’re done, just flip the clamps inward and the chair folds neatly back onto itself. Simples.

Got an older diner? There’s a portable highchair idea for them too. The BabyBjorn Kitchen Booster Seat is perfect for taking out and about. Lightweight and stackable, this booster fits most chairs and keeps mini eaters at table height. For escape artists there's a two-stage lock , while the non-slip pads keep it from slipping.

Dexter trying out the BabyBjorn Kitchen Booster Seat

BabyBjorn Kitchen Booster Seat, £35.

Oh, and a little note. These portable highchairs also make a great alternative if you’re really short on space at home too. #justsaying

Statement highchairs

Looking for a highchair that won’t look out of place in your home. There’s a whole range of stylish highchairs to pick from and they’re practical too. This Koo-di Duo Wooden Highchair has clean lines and gorgeous beechwood legs, which make it a statement piece for your kitchen. It also features a detachable tray, so you can push baby right up to the table and a reversible wipe clean seat pad (because feeding time is messy) to switch up the look. Then, when they're done, it easily converts into a cool sturdy toddler chair, which is lucky, because you definitely won’t be in a rush to pack it away.

Robyn testing out the stylish Koo-di Duo Wooden Highchair

Koo-di Duo Wooden Highchair, £129.

Highchairs that grow with them

Want your newborn to learn their table manners early? Pick a highchair that grows with them, from ones that can lie flat for sleep, to others that you can add a baby seat to, these highchairs will grow as they do. #wortheverypenny. This Joie Multiply 6in1 Highchair is a baby mode highchair, which can then be converted into a booster, portable booster, toddler chair and play table. It means that, well, it’ll last until they’re at least six years old. In highchair mode there's 5 height adjustments, and the seat and frame collapse compactly and stand when folded. There's also an extra large 4 position tray with a cup holder. What more could you want? Really.

Rupert testing out the Joie Multiply 6in1 Highchair

Joie Multiply 6in1 Highchair, £130.

And there it is. A guide on the best highchair to suit your baby and your lifestyle. From space saving to stylish. Yep, we know. We’re good to you…