JustanLPN, you can get into any CRNA program that you want, as long as you believe and truly give your 100 percent in everything. Do NOT be discouraged about your ADN GPA. When you go for your BSN, get all As....seriously. That will boost your cumulative GPA and make you more competitive. Do volunteer work, get all of your certs plus more, and shadow shadow SHADOW!
As far as kids go, I have seen people graduate CRNA school that had 2 or 3 small children. I've seen people drop out of programs that had no kids. CRNA school is a massive strain for a marriage and family. However, it's all about sacrifice. We all know that the benefits outweigh the risks. Believe in yourself and make sure that you have a strong support system. Email those program directors now. Make sure your name is known. Express your concerns with them. Tell them how badly you want to accomplish your dream.
FYI, I did the ADN route and my GPA was barely a 3.2. I maintained a 4.0 in my BSN courses and also got A's on the graduate core classes that I took. My GRE score was average (New: 298, Old: 1040). I passed my CCRN and have 5 years of ICU experience. I applied to 2 CRNA programs and was accepted into both of them. I was 9 months pregnant when I interviewed! Lol. So by the time I start school, my baby will be 9 months old and I also have a 10 year old. Will it be difficult? Absolutely. Luckily, I have a very supportive family who is willing to take the lead with my kids so I can focus on school. My point is, it doesn't matter where you come from, or what your family situation is. You can accomplish anything that you set your mind to. Give your all in everything that you do. Most of all, show the programs early on how serious you are about achieving this goal. I was emailing programs 5 years before I applied to school. I constantly kept in touch with them and was so blessed to be granted with early interviews that ultimately resulted in acceptance to the program of my dreams. Best of luck with your endeavors. The road is long and extremely difficult, but well worth it in the end.