Hey there, folks! Let me tell you about a group that's shaking up the neighborhood with their cool moves and laid-back attitude. It's none other than the Bad Moms That March (BMTM), and they're making waves in the world of mom groups.

How did Bad Moms That March Get Started?

So, picture this: back in 2023, a bunch of moms got together under the banner of Moms That Dance. They were tired of the same old routine and wanted to spice things up a bit. And thus, Bad Moms That March was born. With a humble start of 70 members, these moms weren't just about playdates and bake sales. Nope, they were ready to strut their stuff in a whole new way.


Now, you might be wondering what makes these moms so "bad." Well, let me break it down for you. These gals are all about embracing imperfection. They're not afraid to let loose and have a good time, even if it means throwing in a curse word or two. And let's face it, who doesn't need a little bit of that in their lives?

But here's the best part – they do it all with style. You won't catch these mamas in your typical mom gear. Oh no, they're rocking a 90's hip-hop vibe like nobody's business. Think old-school varsity jackets and Nike dunks. They're bringing back the classics in the coolest way possible.

Now, you might be thinking, "But where are the sequins? Where are the poms?" Well, I hate to break it to you, but you won't find any of that at BMTM. These moms are all about keeping it real and staying true to themselves. And you know what? That's what makes them so darn awesome.

So, whether you're a mom looking for a little bit of fun or just someone who appreciates a good time, be sure to keep an eye out for the Bad Moms That March. They're changing the game one dance move at a time, and trust me, you won't want to miss it!

How to Find Bad Moms That March?

You can follow them on Instagram at badmomsthatdance or on Facebook at momsthatdance. They currently have locations in Slidell, Covington and Metairie. For more information, you can visit their website or email them at info@momsthatdance.com

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