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Credit: The Domino's logo sits on pizza delivery boxes inside a Domino's Pizza Group Plc store in Hanwell, London, U.K., on Monday, Feb. 27, 2017. Domino's Pizza said given continued strong new store performance and positive outlook both for its market and brand, it is increasing its long term target for the U.K. to 1,600 stores. Photographer: Jason Alden/Bloomberg

First comes love, then comes marriage, then comes signing up for Domino’s baby registry.

Exactly nine months after releasing a wedding registry, the pizza chain is now taking the next step in the relationship process and wants parents-to-be to feel the love too. Starting on Nov. 29, customers can create their own baby registry at dominosbabyregistry.com.

“There’s nothing more exciting – and exhausting – than welcoming a new member to the family,” says Meenakshi Nagarajan, Domino’s director of digital marketing. “From baby showers to the big delivery, our baby registry makes it easy to enjoy pizza during the exciting events leading up to the baby’s arrival and thereafter.”

Domino's Baby registryCredit: Domino's
Credit: Domino's

Leaving typical items like diapers, strollers and car seats in the dust, the website allows people to purchase different food packages, party essentials (think pizza-themed decorations), and pizza swag including shirts, yoga mats and onesies. Every gift will be delivered as Domino’s eGift cards.

All expectant parents need to do is sign up on the site, select their gifts then share their wish list with family and friends like they would with any other registry.

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And if that wasn’t enough good news, one person will win free pizza for a year and other themed gifts from Gugu Guru by entering on their blog or the widget on their Facebook page.