Anyways, most of my thoughts are geared towards finding my place in this world, where I want to live and where I will be happy(probably rural B.C) but with these thoughts of children popping in my head I keep asking myself
"Is the answer to my completion, children?"
"Am I fit to be a father just yet?"
"Am I able to pass on valuable knowledge to my children?"
I don't know what are your thoughts?
My first thought was that there is too much "I" in where "most of your thoughts are geared towards."
Your newfound thoughts of having children may be the voice of something larger than yourself, trying to tell you something. Whether you choose to interpret that as nature, God, gnosis, or anything else. Think bigger - not in the sense of grander, more epic, but rather in the sense of outside of your own self. What can be more not-you than a whole other person? I suspect that, on some level, you already feel as if your desires are too self-directed. I cannot judge whether they actually are, I merely say that I get the impression you yourself feel this, even if only subliminally/subconsciously/etc.
As to the three questions posed, here are my thoughts:
Your children are not to complete you - you are to complete them
You will never find yourself fully fit, but this is what makes parenthood a worthy venture - ever ascending.
If there is anything in this world that you value, you should already know the answer to this. If there is, you would not want its appreciation to end with your death. That would be either selfish, unsure, or a strange and sickly combination of both.
I also like Queequeg's advice.