Every human being is a unique and beautiful and odd little snowflake. And every family is weird and/or disfunctional in its own way. It's not until we get older and are socialized that we learn about "social norms," and realize that many of the things we did as kids, or things that are families did, were in fact not as "normal" as we thought.
Someone asked Reddit: "As a kid, what did you think was a very normal thing to do, which it really wasn't?"
1.) From AliceHart7:
Having a "path" through the house surrounded by boxes and junk stacked to the ceiling.
I grew up in a hoarder house.
Occasionally us kids would run too fast through the "path" knocking into the sides and the boxes and stuff would collapse on top of us.