Hmmmmm...... I think you'd be fine w/either, however, let me throw this out:
Financial aid is generally much more available for graduate students than for 2nd degree bachelor's. Many of my classmates learned that one the hard way. Also, many accelerated or direct entry MSN programs do the 1 year or 14 month BSN and then allow a step out year before continuing on w/the MSN portion so as to get that real world experience after initial licensure
. Some don't even grant the actual BSN but allow to sit for NCLEX after year 1 and then practice before coming back. Some people finish that first portion and then just don't go back if it's not their thing--
but thing is you are guaranteed an MSN spot from the get go if it is for you. (UCSF and U of Rochester are two that come to mind.)
I had the same dilemma and go into both types of programs but ultimately chose ABSN because I received a scholarship
for that program that wouldn't cover the MSN programs. (Turns out good thing because my fickle self is already off on something else)
Anyway, you'd be fine professionally w/ any entry point but just another idea of why repeat a bachelor's when in basically the same time you'd be halfway to MSN w/option to just stop
PS. I HIGLY echoe the sentiment of getting some hospital experience before you commit to doing any program. Maybe shadow a few different professionals in varied health care roles to solidify where your desires, talents and ambition truly lie.