The thing is, when you look at the world and how people in it make things work... Almost no relationship survives what you are describing. Sure, you could be some major exception to the rule. But if you aren't going to set yourself up for a big disappointment here, then it needs to be tempered by the fact that people don't routinely successfully negoitate taking a break like you have orchestrated to come back together successfully later. We see too many failure stories of how the time apart works against them posted here all the time.
We hear about the so-called "infidelities" (is it infidelity while on break?) and how that eats at people. And those who do get back together face the original problems that caused the break as that is all still unresolved. When you've been reading threads here a long time, you begin to see that getting someone back is either not possible or not worth it. The few who got someone back only broke up again later! Don't take my word for it -- ask anyone who has posted here a long time.
You may not have liked my answer but it was as realistic and complete as I know how to make it. We all had a protracted debate here about how to make a break work and as it turned out, I was the only one who listed having any personal successful experience with it. It was not however a break up, which is what you have. So far no one else has commented on how that kind of break up works out in the long run.
Don't be living in the clouds on this is all I am suggesting or you'll add to your hurt yourself doing that. Relationships are complicated things. Imagine for a moment how coming back together, different people now for all the experience you've acquired but too easily thinking you are still the same is going to work? I think that's a recipe for too complicated when you two aren't even managing the ordinarily complicated yet. I mean you no ill will -- just a fighting chance at knowing the score and making sound decisions from there. That's all.
I politely disagree with Didi, think none of this is a good sign and that you both tried on something adult too soon and this is the natural outcome for that. The number of people who have done exactly what you two have done who can confirm that they did not get the relationship back and it turned out for the best is very large -- you only need to look around in the world. I hope for your sake you are the exception.