Parents·Posted on Oct 8, 201422 Incredibly Creepy Things Every Parent DoesYou'll be creepy if you want to.by Mike SpohrBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. Saving your kids' baby teeth. Flickr: sharynmorrow / Via Creative Commons You also save locks of hair. You know, like a serial killer. 2. Calling your partner “mom” or “dad.” Fuse / Via thinkstockphotos.com and dad/f=CPIHVX/s=DynamicRank You get bonus creepy points for calling each other this when your kids aren't even around. 3. Telling your kids an old fat man will break into your home and leave gifts. Flickr: affiliate / Via Creative Commons "But only if you're good, kids. And be careful...because he's watching. Santa is ALWAYS watching." (Cue Psycho theme.) 4. Hugging costumed characters. Flickr: lorenjavier / Via Creative Commons You DO know it's just a sweaty teenager in there, right? 5. Sniffing your baby’s butt. Flickr: siegelfamily / Via Creative Commons You: "Oh, boy! He definitely needs a change! Whoo-whee! What did he eat? Ha ha!"Everyone else: Blink, blink, awkward smile. 6. Acting incredibly excited about a kids' movie. Flickr: jeepersmedia / Via Creative Commons You don't get to see many movies for adults these days, do you? 7. Talking like a baby. Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF youtube.com Even you hate how you sound, but you can't stop yourself. 8. Taking photos the first time your kid uses the potty. Flickr: mandajuice / Via Creative Commons And then putting them on Facebook. 9. Trying to act hip. Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF Paramount Pictures There's a reason teenagers say, "Mom/Dad, just stop." 10. Nervously talking to your kids about the birds and the bees. Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF NBC "Vagina." "Penis." "Intercourse." There's no way to not make this creepy. 11. Picking boogers out of your kids' noses. Flickr: kga245 / Via Creative Commons It's not just that you're doing it, but that you're totally unfazed. 12. Making people hold your baby. Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF HBO "Hold her. Go on! HOLD HER, DAMN IT!!!" 13. Making your kids breathe on you when they come home from a party. Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF NBC And then inhaling deeply. 14. Walking around with spit-up on your clothes. Flickr: potashman / Via Creative Commons What you say: "It's just a little spit-up." What people hear: "I have vomit on my shirt." 15. Knowing random facts about One Direction. Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF NBC You only know this stuff because of your kids. You swear. 16. Keeping tabs on your kid with a baby monitor. Flickr: tevaman / Via Creative Commons If it weren't your kid, you'd be one step away from saying, "Put the lotion in the bucket." 17. Eating the leftover food off of your kid's plate even after they've touched and licked every inch of it. Flickr: juhansonin / Via Creative Commons If enjoying a fuzzy chicken finger makes you creepy, so be it. 18. Letting your kids wipe their noses on your pants. Flickr: jnissa / Via Creative Commons "What? I didn't have any Kleenex!" you say, all wild-eyed. 19. Driving by your kid's school and staring at the kids on the playground. Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF Universal Pictures You: "I was just looking to see if I could see my kid, Officer."Officer: ....You: "I have a kid! I promise!" 20. Saying "I have to go potty" when you're out with your friends. Dreamworks Also, saying "Bye-bye" with a furtive wave when you leave. 21. Talking to your kids' stuffed animals as if they're real. Universal Pictures "I'm going to put Mr. Pooh here, sweetie. Is that OK with you, Mr. Pooh?" 22. Spit-cleaning your kids' faces. Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF youtube.com The creepiest part? You've got wipes in your bag. It's cool, parents. You do you. Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF ABC Are you a parent who needs a little help figuring things out — or just wants a good laugh about the crazy things kids do? Sign up for the weekly BuzzFeed Parents newsletter!