no. and i'll tell you why.
i'm not even going to address whether or not vampires are real. that doesn't actually face the real issue. i can't say with absolute certainty that ghosts aren't real, or aliens, or anything of the like. i'm not going to assume they are without any real proof but i'm also not going to immediately discount something that, by definition, lies outside the full comprehension of the human brain.
first, there is no way you've put logical thought into this desire. and i'm assuming that's because you've decided that being a vampire is exactly how stephanie meyer describes it. being a vampire means you're automatically attractive, have superhuman abilities, and will be immortal so that you can live and love your soulmate for all eternity. at no point have you considered that you would be tortured endlessly with an insatiable appetite for blood and that craving would probably lead you to devour anyone who's ever meant anything to you, as they'd be closest to you when you turned. it really hasn't crossed your mind that by murdering hundreds just to keep yourself alive, you'd be hunted and universally hated. in actuality, the odds of finding someone who loved you so unequivocally that they could look past your murderous thirst and would put themselves in constant danger just by remaining in your presence, so that they could be by your side are practically nothing. and if despite all that you did manage to find such a person, you would have to watch them grow old, wither, and die while you remained young. or you could choose the alternative of damning them to the same hell you'd have to live through day in and day out so that you could be with them forever. and even then, most people don't make it, what, twenty-five, fifty years maybe before they drive each other crazy and divorce. you'd have eternity for that.
second is the reason why you desire this poorly thought out world of yours. you're an awkward, uncomfortable teenager who's dissatisfied with everything about herself because she's growing too fast and her mental maturity hasn't quite caught up with her physical maturity. i'd say, between 12-14, +/- a year. you don't feel attractive externally or understood internally and want freedom. so for you, becoming a vampire represents the easy escape from your teenage awkward years. why not? it's so promising. you'd never have to face your mortality. you get the fairy tale "happily ever after" life. and best of all, you can do it while escaping female fairy tale stereotypes of the princess in distress. no, in accordance with your teenage rebelliousness and the belief in your personal dark side, you'd rather be a blood-thirsty vampire (princess). and yet it's still the same as when you dressed up as a princess for halloween when you were five.
when i was younger, i always wanted to have superpowers. i thought "how could i possibly live if i didn't get superpowers that separated me from my peers and made me special?" even though superheroes live tragic lives and in most stories get killed or something. then i grew up. that doesn't mean i forgot my childhood dream. if a scientist came up to me and said, "we could turn you into superman" then i would jump on that chance. but i'm not going to live my life waiting for that off chance. and i'm certainly not going to put an add on craigslist. "Wanted: superpowers. no joke." i'm going to recognize that what i really want is to be different, special. so i'm going to work my butt off and be the best at what i do. and if someone gives me the Iron Man suit along the way (as the little boy in every man dreams might happen), sweet. if not, well at least i didn't waste my life waiting on something that probably wasn't going to happen. i hope you understood the point of that story.
i'm not going to be mean and judge your beliefs. believe what you want. it's fine, really. you can believe vampires are real. you can believe santa, shakespeare, popeye, and muhammad ali are real (yes, i'm aware i split that between two made up people, one probably but still debated real person, and a man with a changed name. it was on purpose). what i will judge is how ill-conceived your life plan is and how if that's what you're hoping to achieve, you have been disgustingly disillusioned by a fan craze started by a woman who read "how to write a novel for dummies" and then pulled on the heartstrings of every girl who can't face reality. which is good for Meyer. that's fine. can't knock success. and she got people reading and imagining. but you can be blamed for worshiping it like a work of genius to such an extent that you can't live in a real world.
so go ahead, become a vampire. and when you do, i hope blade, van helsing, or buffy gets to you before you eat my family.
man i've needed to get that out for a while