"coming into being" has to be defined first:
The earliest little lump of dust
The first large rock among smaller rocks
The primitive dwarf planet, which was flying around the sun at a different distance and duration of orbit very long ago.
The combined dwarf planet with another of almost the same size after a collision, also forming the moon.
Gravitational influence of Jupiter moving around other planets like the infant Earth, finally pulling it into its present location and orbital period.
So you see, it is not a straightforward "one year per trip around the sun" calculation. With no definite start of "being" and no firm idea how things were arranged in the earliest times, no accurate guess can be made on the number of journeys around the sun.
And I don't think there has been any enjoyment in any of those trips. It is called "pathetic fallacy" to give human emotions to inanimate objects.
62 years studying astronomy since beginning in 7th grade.