No, that doesn't mean your house is haunted. It means you've watched way too many movies about that stuff. It's okay to like those movies, in fact I thought The Conjuring was one of the best in recent years (though the sequels are starting to get dry), but you can't take them seriously. Think about this for a minute...
Have you ever seen anyone fight like you see in the movies? Have you ever seen cars explode like you see in the movies? Have you personally ever had sex, fallen in love, driven across town or even had a phone conversation like you constantly see in the movies? Of course not, because real life isn't like the movies. That's why people pay to see movies, in fact. So why should a 'haunted' house be any different?
In real life, paranormal stuff doesn't start when the sun goes down and stop when it comes back up. In real life, paranormal stuff hardly ever happens at all (if it's even actually paranormal stuff). In real life, there's no flickering lights or dramatic suspense music before a jump-scare happens. And in real life, no living person has ever actually been attacked by a ghost or supernatural presence. Ever.
Watch the movies all you want, and enjoy the living hell out of them. But remember that movies are not real life. That's why people like movies so much.