In that case, here’s what I would do –

step 2: car payment done
step 3: bigger emergency fund to an amount you feel comfy at (not to exceed 3-6 months expenses)
next: back to step 2 for 27,000 house pay off
If still in paying off house stage when child hit 18–could always stop paying extra on house and help child, if wanted—or some extra to house, some extra to help child
Just my 2 ideas on the topic, everyone must do what is best for their personal situation.

My personal baby steps:

Step 1 (BEF): done
Step 2 (pay off debt, except mortgage): I have my not-so-wonderful student loan
Step 3 (6 month fund): working on making my fund bigger while also paying extra to student loan
Step 4 (15% to retirement): have some, but not currently investing
Step 5 (college funds): both kids currently enrolled in college– one junior year, one in sophomore year–cash flowing expenses as we go
Step 6 (mortgage paid): moved to a smaller–fully paid home–both kids living at home commuting to college
Step 7 (build wealth and give): will be nice to do when the time comes!