How old are you and how many years do you have left to work. If you're young, your ideas about bedisde nursing could change in 20 or 30 years.
I love the bedside but I have to work 20 more years and will have put in 40 years in nursing, and I can't seem myself at the bedside that long. I got my BSN so I will have options as I age and my body and lifestyle changes.
No need to rush, but no need to dismiss the benefits a BSN might offer you many years from now, so best to get it out of the way as soon as you can.
An MSN isn't needed unless you want to teach, research, or be top administration/director level, etc.
Good luck to you. Maybe you should just work the bedside a year and decide what's true for you and what isn't.
I'm moving this to the ADN/BSN forum where we discuss such things.