Just had one, nursing is going great! I was induced from nothing (preeclampsia, so no waiting for labor to start) and milk came in late on day 3, colostrum right away. I was also on magnesium, which made it harder,but it does t sound like you'll need that. The things I noticed were that it took one boy a little longer to figure things out, and they did make me supplement because they had jaundice and weren't eating as much as they needed to to clear their systems. Going from breast to bottle and back again has been no problem, and now that they are 2 weeks old both nurse well. I started pumping as soon as possible to keep up my supply and to replace the formula.
Ask to nurse in the recovery room, see the lactation consultants-and have them come back more than once if you need them, that is what they are there for. Also, don't get discouraged if your milk is a little late and baby takes an extra couple of days to regain birth weight. We were getting lots of concern, but our pediatrician told us that they actually have 10 days to regain birth weight, not 7.
Also, I am sorry you aren't getting the birth experience you wanted. It can be really difficult to accept these things, even if you know it is the right choice. I didn't want a c section, either, but I have been pleasantly surprised by the recovery. It isn't much worse at all, the event itself wasn't scary, and I am able to do pretty much everything except actually lift my toddler. Hopefully yours will go well, too, and you will recover quickly and get into a great nursing relationship with your baby!
And so are the boys!