My, you have alot on your plate in terms of choices!
First thing that comes to my mind, though, is that it's darned near impossible for you to determine if you want to be an NP without having first done some bedside nursing. Of course you'd need to become an RN before pursuing an advanced practice degree. Perhaps doing a little "side work" as a CNA would at least give you an idea of what staff nursing might be like, and what you could expect clinical work in school to encompass.
I think it's wonderful for you to set your sights high and would never discourage that. Something to consider when making those decisions is how much true-to-life information you have so you CAN make an informed choice. I'd hate to see you hang your hat on one thing, only to find out after a semester or two of school that you really dislike it after all.
Could you contact a local hospital's personnel dept, see if they'd let you shadow an RN for a day or two? Get a feel for what that job actually is, and you'll be better prepared to know if you are ready to go through with it.
Best of luck to you!