I think you took offence to everything I wrote after I didn't roll around at your feet agreeing with you, patting you on the back telling you you're doing the right thing. I think if you clear your mind and read what I've said with a clear head and without believing that I'm trying to attack you, you may see what I actually wrote and hey you might even see some sense in it.
I don't agree with what you're doing. I think it's morally & ethically wrong on so many levels it's not funny. You asked for constructive and I tried to be constructive. I was never saying don't breed.
Yes you are 23 years old. You have TONNES of things to learn. Hell I'm 28 and I have TONNES of things to learn and I've been around dogs my entire life, literally. You don't want to do the research and make the effort before hand and it's your dog and your dogs puppies that will suffer in the long run. You won't know if your dog has quality puppies because you have NO information to base that on. You stated yourself that you don't know the breed standard, that's the one document that ALL of your breeding efforts should be aiming for.
The actual birthing process is the same, raising is different but you made no mention of that. Why not foster some litters of puppies for your local pound? It's the same experience and your family members can still get puppies from that AND you'll be literally saving their lives from the green dream.
You won't get a quality stud for your dog. You will get one that is basically the same as your dog. You will have no proof of it's background and no way of knowing if it's a good example of the breed or not, because you don't know what the standard is or what to look for, you don't have a mentor to help you either, evidently not an ethical one anyway.