... and will you be able to get a good job with your ADN to support you financially while getting your BSN? Is that even important to you?
In some areas of the country, it is hard for new ADN grads to get good jobs. In other areas, good jobs are plentiful and new ADN's are being hired. That makes that option more attractive. But in other areas, that is not the case -- and if you are going to be unemployed, or even worse, hate your job and get your career off to a bad start, then you might as well go for the BSN to start with.
Also, what is the quality of the schools
available to you? Do you have a local ADN program that is wonderful, cheap and well-respected? Or are you talking about a poor quality ADN program that will give you a poor foundation for your career?