Dads Shake Their Booties to 'I'm Too Sexy' While Carrying Their Babies

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These dads not only shake their little tushes on the catwalk, they shake their babies' as well.

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In a video gone viral, these San Diego dads can be seen doing a choreographed line dance to "I'm Too Sexy" by Right Said Fred.

The catch? They each carry their baby on their chest, as if they were little kangaroos bouncing along to the beat.

According to GroovaRoo, the company providing the baby wearing dance classes, "In the womb, mother and baby move to the same heartbeat. Dancing with your baby is a natural extension of this vital rhythmic synchronization."

But in this special edition of the dance, the fathers take over and give their wives a "well-deserved hour 'off duty' break from mama-hood", GroovaRoo Dance wrote on Facebook.

Meeshi and Amber, the husband and wife co-founders of GroovaRoo titled the session, "Mommy Mingle, Daddy Dance".

"These dads learned this whole routine in 45 minutes, and most of them had never ever taken a dance class before," they wrote.

Based on soul line dancing, a husband and wife duo came up with the routines to teach families "dancing is an integral part of every day life, as it is in many cultures around the world."

"We decided we wanted to start a family, but we knew that we didn't want to work separately and be away from our baby," Meeshi and Amber told

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While their mother-baby dance classes have been popular since its conception last year, Meeshi told he was inspired to also create a dad-focused class: "I've found most men to be very uncomfortable and insecure when it comes to dancing. Our vision is to expose a new generation of babies, particularly boys, to dancing right from the start before they can even walk.

"We hope that these dads grow in confidence with bonding and dancing with their babies," Meeshi and Amber said.

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