Walmart announced Thursday that it will start selling baby registry information to customers this June, with the site to be available on its website as early as June 20.
The company said it plans to offer baby information and birth certificates in both English and Spanish, and to provide birth certificates to people with disabilities.
The service will allow customers to log in to Walmart.com and provide their personal information and contact information for the registry.
The site is currently open for people to register for birth certificates, and it will be available for $9.99 a month.
It will be the second Walmart baby site, after a similar site launched in April 2018.
Walmart previously offered baby registry service in other languages, such as Spanish, French, German, Russian, and Danish.
It also launched a baby registry in 2016 for people with severe disabilities.
In addition to the baby registry, Walmart will offer birth certificates through its online store for $15 a month, up from the current $10.99.
The birth certificate is not required, but people must provide proof of disability.
Walmarts own baby registry has been available since 2016.