NO you do not have something wrong with your JK.
It actually makes more sense to be moving while engaging your transfer case and front axle. They both consist of gears and moving parts, it is rather difficult to be sitting still and make the gears line up at their specified locations for the four wheel drive low to become active.
The reason for the hard shift when set in 4lo is because you are using a different gear of your TC. These are all normal functions of a vehicle that is equipped with 4lo range TC.
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