Just like other forms of entertainment, you will fall in and out of interest in them as you gain new interests.
This is you just prioritizing your life. That's perfectly fine.
It doesn't mean you'll never enjoy gaming forever, or it may. You are different than I, or any of us here.
I fell out of gaming when I had no time in my early-mid 20s when I got married and had kids. But as they got older, got divorced, then remarried when the kids were older, I have more time to game so got back into gaming in my 30s and still play games in my 40s.
As long as you take care of yourself and those that you are responsible for, there is nothing wrong with how you choose to use your free time in terms of entertainment.