Only then would it be time to consider buying a more expensive camera or additional accessories if necessary. I won't recommend a 70D for a start, perhaps a 700D or equivalent from other known manufacturers. Photography hobby is both expensive and time-consuming. One might also become addictive or obsessive. One might lose sleep waking up very early often. There is a need to always balance time, efforts, resources and other facets of life apart from photography. Start small, start simple, start cheaper and enjoy the basics first. Otherwise it will be money wasted if you finally could not spare the required time and efforts to pursue the hobby. Some might get discouraged - especially when you see some super-duper photos by expert Clubsnappers here - and give up altogether. A newbie may wonder how on earth did they come up with photos like that and gets discouraged when comparing with their own photos. More advanced accessories are expensive; a $2000 budget can easily overrun several times over a year or two. Some build a museum of nice, impressive equipment only to display them quite permanently in dry cabinets when time and money could not be spared. Some find it too bulky and inconvenient to bring out a DSLR and return to smaller, compact or mirrorless cameras.
I'm not trying to discourage you. But you really need to think through what you really want to do with the camera before you part with your money. And is what you want to do realistic?
Nevertheless, welcome to the hobby but tread carefully and don't be too ambitious for a start.