Walmart baby registries hit a milestone with over 1,100,000 children on birthdays

The retail giant announced on Thursday that it had surpassed 1 million baby registry entries on its online Baby Registry app.

The app, launched in late 2015, is available to download for iPhone, iPad, Android, Kindle Fire, and Windows Phone.

The app is now available in Canada, United States, and several European countries.

Walmart also revealed its first-ever global baby registry for its new “Pump Up the Kids” campaign.

The campaign, which debuted earlier this year in partnership with Walgreens, features a wide range of toys and games that help children develop their skills and confidence.

The company says that in 2019, more than 7.2 million children ages 1 to 5 will be using the app.

WalMart is also working with the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia to distribute a new child wellness program called PUP that includes a wide variety of activities and activities designed for kids aged 2 to 5.

The program will be available for free in select Walmarts and will include an interactive classroom where children can learn about the importance of diet, exercise, and nutrition.

The Walgills’ announcement comes just days after a Walgreen’s parent company, Kroger, announced a similar program, known as the “Baby Pledge,” to help boost sales and boost its profits.

Kroger, which is also a parent company of Walgreen, said that its Baby Pledge program will help children grow their confidence and increase their self-esteem. 

The announcement comes as Walgreen has seen its share prices fall more than 50% over the past year, as it tries to compete with and other retailers that have become more profitable.

The company announced last week that it is spending $2 billion to buy rival Walgarts.