Thanks for all the input! And rebecca10 - that totally came out fine the first time, no worries!
As a clarification, no, I will not be working after baby is born. I'm not currently working, either, so there is nothing to go 'back' to. I will be at home with baby for the foreseeable future. I am planning to exclusively feed directly from the breast, and have no reason to believe that I will have difficulties. I am not planning on leaving my baby with anyone until he's old enough not to need to be fed for awhile, or until he is starting to eat solids.
Reasons I'm asking about other feeding options:
-I'm wondering if there's something I can put on my registry in lieu of bottles to forestall people buying me a bunch of bottles/accessories I don't want and don't plan to use (I already have a note on my registry asking for no bottles/pacifiers, stating that we will buy them as needed)
-I have had multiple family members say or imply that exclusively feeding at the breast is just not reasonable for the sake of my own sanity/sleep. I don't buy that, but I guess I'm not really immune to their arguments.
-I do believe that there are reasons why exclusive feeding at the breast could be impossible, either temporarily or long-term. Again, I have no reason to believe I'll have that experience, but neither do lots of mamas it happens to. So I'm considering what, if anything, I should do to prepare in advance. Part of me is comfortable with just seeing how things go, but part of me wants a back up plan.
So, in conclusion, underconfident/overworried first time mama here!