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This actress is living our childhood fantasy with a ball pit in her house

And, no, this isn't for kids.

by Chrissy Callahan / / Source: TODAY

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Rachel Bloom is ready to have a ball at home — literally. The star and co-creator of The CW’s hit show “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” realized all of our childhood dreams this weekend when she and her husband, Dan Gregor, turned their basement into a ball pit.

And, no, the couple doesn’t have children; they’re just big kids at heart!

“We have turned part of our basement into a ball pit and I have never been happier,” Bloom shared on Instagram.

Bloom chronicled the creation of this awesome adult playroom on her Instagram page, and shared a photo of Gregor playing in the pit.

The secret behind the couple's genius playroom? An old mattress, foam, dog fences, old blankets and a huge supply of plastic balls from Amazon. Pretty awesome, right?

It's not every day that we find a ball pit made for adults in someone's home, but the trend of adults reliving their childhood is nothing new. Remember the adult coloring book craze? What about indoor trampoline parks?

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Adult game rooms — complete with life-size childhood favorite arcade machines — have been a growing trend for years, and many bars now stock up on retro board games to entertain nostalgic customers.

Of course, adults aren't having all the fun! A growing number of parents are now creating dream playrooms (and entire playhouses) for their kids, and perhaps living vicariously through them. This Seattle dad, for instance, recently re-created Diagon Alley from "Harry Potter" for his daughters, and we're pretty impressed.

Whether you're a fan of ball pits or not, you have to admit that having one in your own home is pretty cool!

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