I am somewhat conflicted between my desire to raise a family, and my interest in the priesthood.
I do want to get married and raise children, but I do often have thoughts about the priesthood.
Since I only recently returned to practicing my religion, I spent Middle School and most of High School in a state of mortal sin,
I think the interest in the priesthood could just be my gift of zeal reacting with my gratitude for reconciling with Christ and studying my faith.
Keep in mind that vocations are not a guessing game. Do what is good at all times in the meantime.
However, I do want to ask, since I am going to college (majoring in engineering), what would be the best steps to discern a vocation
and prepare for an entrance to seminary (if I am so called). I figure I have some years to decide. What should I study? What should I do?
Keep in mind that there are more vocations than priesthood and marriage.
If your academic pursuits are good, then continue them. For advice, go to a priest. That is their job (well, part of it).